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Re:Is it safe ... - 2012/09/30 19:11 Hey Dr ,Whats your Doctorite in,I bet its pharmacology and you have been doing hands on research,,,lmao,,,
Dont know about Flying fish,but the term flying high comes to mind,,,but because you surf all is forgiven,,lol
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Re:Is it safe ... - 2012/11/03 23:47 Just when you thought it was safe to surf when Dolphins were in the line up!

"The Soviet Navy operated a research facility at 44.5800°N 33.4023°E to explore military uses of marine mammals. its at Kazachya Bukhta, near Sevastopol. The Russian military is believed to have recently closed its marine mammal program and that dolphins trained to kill by the Soviet Navy have been sold to Iran."
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Re:Is it safe ... - 2013/01/08 11:12 Must have been the sharkfin soup LOL
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Re:Is it safe ... - 2013/01/11 23:36 So, is it ok to put out those big Tuna nets out that accidentally get other fish, like Dolphin out again? Especially in the Russian & Iranian seas?
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Re:Is it safe ... - 2013/05/16 02:59 "The U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program (NMMP) is a program administered by the U.S. Navy which studies the military use of marine mammals - principally Bottlenose Dolphins and California Sea Lions - and trains animals to perform tasks such as ship and harbor protection, mine detection and clearance, and equipment recovery. The program is based in San Diego, California, where animals are housed and trained on an ongoing basis. NMMP animal teams have been deployed for use in combat zones, such as during the Vietnam War and the Iraq War."

"Since the program’s inception, there have been ongoing animal welfare concerns, with many opposing the use of marine mammals in military applications, even in essentially non-combatant roles such as mine detection. The Navy cites external oversight, including ongoing monitoring, in defense of its animal care standards. It has been reported that the program will come to a close beginning in 2017, when the mammals will be replaced by robotic mine-hunters such as the General Dynamics Knifefish."
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