The human nose has been underrated for 150 years, but science is setting the record straight

Thursday, May 11, 2017 - 14:32 in Biology & Nature

For far too long, we humans have suffered from an olfactory inferiority complex. We’ve been led to believe that our sense of smell is sadly deficient compared with our mammalian cousins such as rodents and dogs. What does the world smell like to a bloodhound, we might wonder. What scents — glorious...

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