Cognitive neuroscientists say smell plays a powerful role in physical attraction because "when inhale a scent, it goes to the olfactory receptor cells
at the top our nose then travels to the brain's limbic system which controls memory, emotion and resulting in chemical and physical stimulation."
The cultivated cells contained several typical olfactory receptors, which are proteins that bind together smell molecules and are located on olfactory receptor cells
lining the nose.
Inspector "Roger Lapin" from the WYP SSMU (Special Small Mammals Unit) said: "Rabbits are scientifically proven to be able to sniff out drugs as they have 100 million olfactory receptor cells
, and they can run very quickly, making short work of chasing suspects."