Study suggests dogs may differ in sense of smell

07/29/2010 | Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), The

Australian researchers have found through MRI scans that the brains of puglike dogs rotated forward in their skull and that their olfactory lobes are lower in the brain cavity compared with Dalmatians and other long-nosed dogs. "We think of dogs living in a world of smell, but this finding strongly suggests that one dog's world of smell may be very different to another's," the study's author said.

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