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Caption: The ear bones, or 'ossicles', are a system of tiny bones that transmit sound from the vibration of the eardrum in the middle ear to the fluid-filled cochlea in the inner ear. Formally named the malleus, incus, and stapes, they are the tiniest bones in the human body.

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Ear bones

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