But then, I'm not a scientist and don't make my living by proving stuff. The weight of scientific opinion, apparently, has until now been that stereo sniffing (at least for moles) is impossible because their nostrils are too close together.
|He can't see. How did they expect him to find food if he can't tell where smells are coming from?|
The shocked scientist now says that all his assumptions have been turned upside down and that his ground breaking new research now "suggests other mammals that rely heavily on their sense of smell, like dogs and pigs, might also have this ability."
He still doesn't think humans can do it, and I'm not going to volunteer to have tubes in my nostrils for him to find out.
suggests other mammals that rely heavily on their sense of smell, like dogs and pigs might also have this ability