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Are animals the best allies in war?

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Throughout history, animals have proved to be one of the most important allies in war.

But while horses and elephants first fought alongside humans many centuries ago, in modern times humans have also turned to exploding rats and dolphin spies during conflicts.

Take a look at some of the stranger ways that animals have been used by the military.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...ngland-27501000

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The alliance between Hannibal and the incendiary pigs did not work out very well for the swine.

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Humans are such cruel a** holes. :no: We don't deserves to have animal friends.

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Humans are such cruel a** holes. :no: We don't deserves to have animal friends.

did you read the article, did you miss that most of the animals named in the list survived after the war?

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War is a stupid human thing, leave the animals out of it.. :yes:

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did you read the article, did you miss that most of the animals named in the list survived after the war?

The US Army used to just put them down when they were done with dogs. After Vietnam was over they just left the dogs behind to be eaten I guess.

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This explains a lot.. :lol:

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the future of warfare should really be insects.

i dont care how big a badassyou are, a swarm of hornets coming at you will wreck your day

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