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Military trained dolphins go AWOL

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Three military-trained dolphins have gone AWOL from the Ukrainian Navy - apparently in search of love.

The marine mammals, who can attack enemies using guns and knives strapped to their head, failed to return after a training exercise near the port of Sevastopol in the Black Sea.

But Yury Plyachenko, a former Soviet naval anti-sabotage officer, said he believes they have probably left to find a mate and will soon return.

http://www.dailymail...earch-mate.html

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just like red alert 2 game ...

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RUN BOYS RUN... I hope they don't go back.

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If they are smart they won't come back to be used and abused.

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I hope they did not go to Japan...

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I read earlier, sorry no link, that this had been debunked...at least the important bit....the ARMED part.

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They're no match for the seals.

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It was just on the news here,showing a dolphin holding a mig *rolling laughing*

The Russians have done some wwweeiiirdd stuff with dolphins ,so.....more to this than meets the eye ;)

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Apparently the dolphins are military trained (from what I read anyway) the OP is the first time I have heard of them being armed also....

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PHA LOVE PA ! PHA LOVE PA !

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Apparently the US has used sea mammals for 40 plus years. Mainly for mine detection. Also the story I read is that they were not armed and it was not unusual for them to run off during mating season and return a few weeks later.

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Apparently the US has used sea mammals for 40 plus years. Mainly for mine detection. Also the story I read is that they were not armed and it was not unusual for them to run off during mating season and return a few weeks later.

Seals and dolphins. This happened in the Ukraine actually ,and they're blaming the story on the Russians .

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Dolphins have a lot more to teach us than we do them.

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Unless the dolphins suddenly develop opposable thumbs I don't think we need to worry about the guns and knives.

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Dolphins with guns and knives, we're screwed.

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Unless the dolphins suddenly develop opposable thumbs I don't think we need to worry about the guns and knives.

The US already succesfully armed dolphins....... I'd hate to be a shark nowadays.

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This story just made my week

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Dolphins have a lot more to teach us than we do them.

jumping through burning rings?
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And all I can think of is.............. Double 0 Dolphin

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They were heard to whistle as they swam to freedom "Thanks for all the fish!"

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this is apparently false news. and old news. http://theweek.com/a...-on-the-rampage

That's the cover story. The true story is these dolphins just may attach an explosive device to a ship or spear a scuba diver.
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Another fine idea weoponize Dolphins what more more bright ideas can the military dream up thanks jerks

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