By Melissa Stewart
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New York: Children’s Press, 2008. Stewart, Melissa. How Do Bats Fly in the Dark? Benchmark Book, 2008. WEBSITES Did You Know There’s a Jawbone in Your Ear? Scientists from the Smithsonian Institution’s Natural History Museum explain how ears evolved over time. htm Guinness World Records Up-to-date information on some of the strangest world’s records you can imagine. aspx The Sound Site Hear some surprising sounds and try some fun activities to learn more about sound. html 46 Page numbers in bold are illustrations.
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Thorax—The middle section of an insect’s body, where the legs and wings are attached. tympanic canal—One of the tubes in the cochlea. It carries waves it receives from the vestibular canal to the round window. ultrasound—A sound with a pitch so high, human ears can’t detect it. vestibular canal—One of the canals in the cochlea. As the oval window pushes into the fluid-filled vestibular canal, waves form. vestibule—A structure in the inner ear. It contains two small sacs that sense changes in the position of the head.