Russia uses ‘war dolphins’ to protect itself

The Sevastopol naval base in the southwest of the Crimean peninsula is important for Russia in the war it has started against Ukraine. And this base is protected by two war dolphins. In any case, this is the observation reported by American analysts in Washington Post based on satellite images provided by Maxar Technologies.

According to analysts, dolphins are used to detect, for example, mines and enemy divers. A Maxar spokesperson confirms that the two dolphins have only been seen in the port city since the start of the Russian invasion.

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