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The sound reaching our ears first makes the eardrum vibrate. These vibrations are transmitted through the 3 small bones in the middle ear (hammer, anvil and stirrup) to the cochlea. This results in a movement within the cochlear fluids. Sensitive hair cells in the cochlea register this movement and start a neural activity, which is transmitted through the auditory nerve to the brain. Thus we hear.