North Korea is Training Dolphins...As Soldiers?


Are dolphins the new SEALS?

According to satellite imagery, North Korea appears to be preparing the bottle-nosed mammals for battle.

Floating animal pens positioned between a shipyard and coal loading dock in the area of warships are among satellite images obtained by the U.S. Naval Institute.

The pictures, dated as far back as 2015, don't rule out the possibility that the marine pens are some type of fish farm controlled by the kingdom's military.

This wouldn't be the first time Flipper's been called upon for military porpoise, err, purpose.

The U.S. Navy initiated use of sea-faring mammals, including dolphins and sea lions, for spotting mines and identifying enemy swimmers.


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