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Passed gas from bacteria is what we smell at seashore

By Susan Scott

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 17, 2014

~~<p>To my Midwest-bred nose, the smell of the ocean hints of mystery, travel, adventure and romance. When I go to the beach, I take a deep breath and think, ah, love that salt air.</p>
<p>But that's not salt I'm smelling.</p>
~~

To my Midwest-bred nose, the smell of the ocean hints of mystery, travel, adventure and romance. When I go to the beach, I take a deep breath and think, ah, love that salt air.

But that's not salt I'm smelling. Login for more...



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