Our Sense of Smell is More Superior Than I Realized

Our noses are better than we think, we’re just not consciously aware of it

woman smelling flowers
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While walking my dog, Albert, I watched him obsessively smell every tree/bush/flower and wished I knew what he finds so interesting. A dog’s sense of smell seems almost like a superpower. I wrote about their skills in my free newsletter, but it makes me…

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Katrina Paulson

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I wonder about humanity, questions with no answers, and new discoveries. Then I write about them. Get my newsletter: https://curiousadventure.substack.com/

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