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The inner ear parts are responsible for one of the most important sensory responsibilities in our body which is the keep us in balance and provide us with a sense of stability. It is made of three parts named semicircular canals, vestibule and cochlea.
The structure that contains the receptors mentioned in the question and helps us with our head movements to keep our heads horizontally and vertically in the correct position is called "The Saccule" and it is a part of the vestibule part of the inner ear.
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