U.S. Navy's Largest Inventory of Nuclear Weapons Is Guarded by Dolphins and Sea Lions?

Posted on Oct 18, 2016

Yes, you heard it right! This is not an SF story, it is actually happening! The U.S. Navy is currently training a number of dolphins and sea lions which are going to prevent any and all intruders from getting near the naval base Kitsap in Hood Canal, west of Seattle, which holds the greatest arsenal of nuclear weapons in the world...

1. Navy Marine Mammal Program at SPAWAR in San Diego Has "Recruited" 85 Dolphins and 50 Sea Lions That Are Currently Undergoing Training

Navy Marine Mammal Program at SPAWAR in San Diego Has "Recruited" 85 Dolphins and 50 Sea Lions That Are Currently Undergoing Training
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