NORTH Korea is training dolphins for WAR, according to bombshell satellite images. The aerial pictures show holding pens near a shipyard filled warships in the west of the country, the US Naval Institute (USNI) reports. According to report, the rogue state’s programme to train military dolphins dates back to at least October 2015 in the port city of Nampo. Another secret base further up the river appears to show where the super-intelligent mammals are being bred, the report says. The terrifying programme is likely part of a widespread modernisation of dictator Kim Jong-un’s armed forces. This comes after the US Navy pioneered the use of marine animals, including seals, for military surveillance.The clever beasts are used for locating mines and torpedos as well as spotting enemy divers who cannot compete with dolphins’ speed and ability to see in dark, murky water. They can also identify cables and sonar technology on the sea floor. Russia also uses highly-trained dolphins at its Navy bases in the Arctic and the Black Sea. The BBC reported earlier this year that Iran bought a fleet of the mammals from the Kremlin.It is possible that the North Korean holding pens may be some kind of fish… Read full this story
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