Moscow (Russia) – The Russia-Ukraine war has passed the 60 days mark. After losing the warship Moskva in the Black Sea a few days back, the Russian army deployed the two battalions of dolphins into Sevastopol harbour in Crimea.
Russia has placed trained dolphins at the entrance to a key Black Sea port to help protect a Kremlin naval base there, suggest satellite photos analyzed by a naval analysthttps://t.co/etHl6AYgaY Via @USATODAY
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These dolphins can sense any missile in the ocean. Russia had begun the Sevastopol project back in 2014. As a part of this project, Beluga whales were also trained along with dolphins. In 2019, Beluga whales were mounted with cameras.