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200 million years ago, a keen sense of smell drove an explosive growth in brain size that pushed mammals out from under the shadow of dinosaurs, a new study concludes.
Enhanced smell probably gave the first mammals — tiny shrewlike critters — the ability to sniff out insects and grubs at night while allowing them to avoid being eaten by stinky dinosaurs, the study authors suggest.
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