Ear bone, also called Auditory Ossicle, any of the three tiny bones in the middle ear of all mammals. These are the malleus, or hammer, the incus, or anvil, and the stapes, or stirrup.
Likewise, do we have an ear bone?
The bones in your ear are the three smallest in the body. You may have learned this one in grade school, but the three bones in your middle ear—the malleus, incus and stapes (aka the hammer, anvil and stirrup)—are the three smallest bones in your body.
Is it possible to breathe out of your ears?
Suck the air in through your ears, if you can.” Breathing in though your nose is like breathing through two small straws. You aren't going to get enough air to be able to run fast. Relax and breathe in and out through both your nose and mouth, in rhythm with your strides.
Can you break your funny bone?
You won't break it by knocking it on a sharp edge. In fact, the funny thing is, this “comedic” space just inside the curve of your elbow isn't a bone at all. Within it runs the ulnar nerve that delivers sensations to your fourth and fifth fingers. It's also controls some hand movements.