What is the part of the ear that transfers sound wibrations to the cochlea?

is it hair cells, ear drum, ear canal, or oval window.
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Dec 21, 2009
wibrations. Thank you for a good laugh. My friends and I will be laughing at that one for months.
I believe it's the hair cells, because it's these unbelievably tiny hairs inside your ear that pick up sound vibrations, and deafness is a cause of a loss of some of these ears.
Oni_Kami
Answered Dec 21, 2009

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