Demeter has captured the olfactory essence of the warmth and comfort of that purrfect spot, just behind kitten's neck.
A comet-scented perfume has been created by a British company, and it’s not exactly something you’d like to wear on a first date.
Along with visual camouflage, Puff adders have evolved a scent camouflage that makes them virtually undetectable to predators. Researchers say these African vipers are the first terrestrial vertebrates known to possess the ability to camouflage their scent.
Plants with flowers pointing towards the sky may be more likely to attract moth pollinators, compared to shy sideways-facing flowers. This suggests that flower direction plays a larger role in pollination than scent.
Mice rely on scent to recognize relatives they have never even met before. This is important when choosing the right nesting partners and to ensure that the right genes are passed on to offspring.
Female butterflies choose their mates based on smell. However, some male hairstreak butterflies have evolved without scent-producing organs, which puts them at a disadvantage.
Mosquitoes weren't always annoyingly biting us, so how is it that they acquired a taste for human blood?