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"Jaws") reportedly has the largest olfactory bulb of all sharks, it should follow that it has the best sense of smell among sharks.
However, recent research at Florida Atlantic University indicates that great whites can't smell any better than other sharks, and sharks in general can't smell any better than other fish -- but add in the shark's other senses of movement in water and electromagnetics, and it still may not be safe to go in the water.
But the fact is, a goat's not a suitable house pet, period.
It makes sense you'd assume you can house-train such a smart creature.Some animals have an extremely selective sense of smell and surpass others in the detection of a particular odor.Elephants, both African and Asian, have a superior sense of smell when it comes to water, and particularly to underground water.Science can measure the brain's olfactory lobe and count the smell receptor cells in there, but it still can't qualify a smell in the lab -- only the nose knows whether a scent attracts or repels, and reveals this perception by words or behavior.This makes it difficult, if not impossible, to identify an absolute best smeller.