Researchers have discovered how animals evolved protruding, pliable noses thanks to the recent study of bones and animal embryos. This research adds to the understanding of the origins of mammals’ acute sense of smell and opens the door to new animal models, such as chickens or frogs, which are often employed in lab trials to explore face development problems like cleft palate.

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