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6094SIXTH SENSESIXTH SENSE1989color28 minvhs (Supersense series, Part 1) Human beings perceive the world through the five senses of sight, sound, smell, taste and touch. A sixth, or extra sense of perception has long been suspected and conjectured about, yet substantive proof has not been established. In animals, a sixth sense is much more verifiable. Because animals do not possess a large, human-like brain, most compensate with at least one heightened sense. Birds, for example, have exceedingly good vision; dogs can smell up to a million times better than humans; insects are extraordinarily sensitive to sound.