Unbelievable Facts About Nose

Your nose's remarkable sense of smell allows it to recognize over 50,000 different odors, making it an invaluable

tool for memory recall and threat detection. The nose performs a variety of amazing physiological tasks,

including filtering air, warming and humidifying it, and even producing mucus to protect itself. A newborn

baby's sense of smell is well developed from birth. They are frequently reassured by familiar scents

and are able to identify their mother's aroma. The main organ responsible for your sense of smell is your

nose. Through their noses, people take in around 20,000 liters of air per day on average. Taste and scent are strongly related.

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