In recent years, Earprint👂 analysis has been developed in the field of Forensic Science with the aim of converting it into an identification tool. The possibility of using the external ear👂 as a tool for establishing the unique identity of individuals was first recognized by Bertillon who included the same in the system he developed in 1893. Since then several studies on its range of peculiarities in morphology have emerged especially to correlate it with the field of personal identification.