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How does sound travel to our brains?

How does a sound, like music played on a trumpet, travel from the source through our ears and to our brains? This animated video from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders describes the journey step by step. Related NIDCD reference: How Do We Hear?

Follow this with TED-Ed’s The Science of Hearing, SkunkBear’s What Does Sound Look Like? and more videos about the human body.

via Aatish Bhatia.

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