Three Killer Attack Dolphins Are On The Loose

Misfit

Lawful neutral
Three Ukrainian Killer Attack Dolphins Escaped - Business Insider


The Ukrainian military has apparently lost three of its trained military attack dolphins in the Black Sea, RIA Novosti reports.

Supposedly, the dolphins swam away from their handlers during training exercises earlier this month, though Ukraine's Defence Ministry denied the reports.

...they are supposedly also trained to kill enemy divers with knives and pistols attached to their heads, according to RIA Novosti. Some could also be trained to place explosive devices on enemy ships.




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migtig

aka Mrs. Giant
Good. I hope those dolphins come back in ninja mode and kill the mfers that forced them to go against their nature to help man, not harm man. :mad:
 

slotpuppy

Ass-hole
Three Ukrainian Killer Attack Dolphins Escaped - Business Insider


The Ukrainian military has apparently lost three of its trained military attack dolphins in the Black Sea, RIA Novosti reports.

Supposedly, the dolphins swam away from their handlers during training exercises earlier this month, though Ukraine's Defence Ministry denied the reports.

...they are supposedly also trained to kill enemy divers with knives and pistols attached to their heads, according to RIA Novosti. Some could also be trained to place explosive devices on enemy ships.




:jameo:
How do they shoot pistols attached to their heads? :confused:
 

Bonehead

Well-Known Member
Ever heard

Of a bang stick commonly used for sharks. 12 gauge shell that goes boom on impact.
 

Misfit

Lawful neutral
I just started not being scared of bath tubs since watching Jaws when I was 7 and now this.
 

Radiant1

Soul Probe
Those bastages! Dolphins are naturally friendly....why, whyyyyyy ruin them?! :mad:
I don't know about that. Male dolphins have been known to kidnap and gang rape female dolphins, kill porpoises, kill their own babies, attack sharks, and attack each other for social dominance.

Dolphin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dolphins engage in acts of aggression towards each other. The older a male dolphin is, the more likely his body is to be covered with bite scars. Male dolphins engage in such acts of aggression apparently for the same reasons as humans: disputes between companions and competition for females. Acts of aggression can become so intense that targeted dolphins sometimes go into exile as a result of losing a fight.

Male bottlenose dolphins have been known to engage in infanticide. Dolphins have also been known to kill porpoises for reasons which are not fully understood, as porpoises generally do not share the same diet as dolphins, and are therefore not competitors for food supplies.

Dolphins are known to have sex for reasons other than reproduction, sometimes also engaging in homosexual behavior. Various species sometimes engage in sexual behavior including copulation with other dolphin species. Sexual encounters may be violent, with male dolphins sometimes showing aggressive behavior towards both females and other males. Occasionally, dolphins behave sexually towards other animals, including humans.
 
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