Beyond the big five, humans have dozens of senses

The five traditional senses are tied to visible sense organs, but depending on the definition, humans possess dozens of senses, including thermoception (temperature), proprioception (bodily spatial relations), nociception (pain), equilibrioception (balance), and mechanoreception (vibration).

Other animals have even more potential senses, including ability to perceive magnetic fields, infrared, electricity, moisture, and so on.

You have more than five senses (YouTube / Vox)