Russia has deployed dolphins in Crimea

Russia has deployed dolphins in Crimea

Russia has deployed trained dolphins in Crimea as part of a military operation in Ukraine. These dolphins have been deployed at the Sevastopol harbor in Crimea. The United States Naval Institute (USNI).

According to USNI, satellite imagery shows that Russia deployed dolphins in Crimea at the beginning of its mission in Ukraine last February. .............................................................................
Moscow deploys trained dolphins to ensure the safety of Black Sea naval bases.
Sevastopol is said to be Russia’s most important naval base in the Black Sea. Important Russian warships stationed at the base are out of reach of Ukrainian missiles. But these warships are at risk of underwater or intruder operations.

The U.S. Navy’s Marine Mammal program claims that dolphins can be trained in such a way that they can help identify intruders or divers. These trained dolphins can even help identify anything unwanted, harmful to ships, harbors or vessels.

Both the United States and Russia train dolphins to detect enemy underwater spying or attack.

On April 15, a Russian warship “Moscow” sank in the Black Sea after being hit by a missile fired by Ukraine. Russia initially claimed the ship sank in a fire. However, he later admitted that he had been hit by a missile and drowned.

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