Quirky­fact

Guardian Express - - NEWS -

Dogs’ noses have about 125 mil­lion scent re­cep­tors, whereas a hu­man has about five mil­lion. A dog’s nose is the equiv­a­lent of a hu­man fin­ger­print, with each hav­ing a unique pat­tern of ridges and creases.

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