Scent – Pheremones and Odor

Compare the canine’s nose Inside) to the human nose–it is much longer. The olfactory lobe of the canine is many times larger. Therefore, his brain’s ability to register different smells is many times greater than ours. There are different nerves inside of the nose that register smell. One particular gland (running the long way on …

Theory of Scent

Under ideal conditions, a track footprints) across a nice grassy field with a sufficient delay in time to allow bacteria reaction on the soil causing a good odor is probably the best type of track to have. The problem, however, is how to keep this track from being contaminated by another human beings track–particularly in …