So The World May Hear Linda Vasile
Fish do not have ears! But they can hear pressure changes through ridges on their bodies.
Children can recognize a wider variety of noises that adults can.
Ears not only help you hear, but also aid your balance.
The roar we hear when we place a shell next to our ear is no the ocean, but rather the sound of blood surging through the veins in the ear.
Crickets have their ear organs in their knees.