John McGann

Rutgers University

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Associate professor of neuroscience and psychology at Rutgers University.

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There are several explanations for why humans allegedly have a poor sense of smell. As humans began walking upright, smell became less important than sight.

Scientists find humans' sense of smell is far stronger than we think

There are several explanations for why humans allegedly have a poor sense of smell. As humans began walking upright, smell became less important than sight.

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