Native to Southeast Asia, the binturong emits a scent similar to buttered popcorn due to a compound in its urine.
Found in the Arctic, these birds emit a citrus-like odor, which is unusual for birds. This scent plays a role in their social and mating behaviors.
This African antelope produces a sweet, aromatic scent from glands near their eyes, believed to be for communication purposes.
Native to South America, the maned wolf's urine smells strikingly similar to cannabis. This is due to the presence of pyrazines in their urine.
These lizards, found in Central and South America, secrete a pleasant musky scent from their bodies, which is quite distinctive.
A small marsupial from Australia, the honey possum feeds on nectar and consequently has a sweet, flowery scent.
Interestingly, spotted hyenas produce a white paste with a strong, sweet, and buttery scent from their anal glands. This is used for communication and marking territories.
Beavers are known for their castoreum, a compound secreted from their castor sacs, which has a rich and pleasant vanilla scent. This has even been used historically in perfumes.