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  • #1043639
    GiantMidget
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    Watching this thing on BBC2 about Dolphins defending swimmers from sharks! Fucking quality program! I’d love to swim with dolphins that would be awesome!:wink:

    #1155038
    Sandals
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    I absolutely love dolphins.

    #1212341
    Sandals
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    I absolutely love dolphins.

    #1155039
    Playground Politics
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    ridiculous wasnt it!

    #1212342
    Playground Politics
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    ridiculous wasnt it!

    #1155045
    GiantMidget
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    Playground Politics wrote:
    ridiculous wasnt it!

    :laugh_at:

    #1212349
    GiantMidget
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    Playground Politics wrote:
    ridiculous wasnt it!

    :laugh_at:

    #1155048
    JonnyQuest
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    is it on t’internet?

    #1212353
    JonnyQuest
    Participant

    is it on t’internet?

    #1155042
    d.r.e.a.m
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    JonnyQuest wrote:
    is it on t’internet?

    if so please put a link up….im useless at this sorta stuff…:wink:

    #1212346
    d.r.e.a.m
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    JonnyQuest wrote:
    is it on t’internet?

    if so please put a link up….im useless at this sorta stuff…:wink:

    #1155037
    Tank Girl
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    d.r.e.a.m wrote:
    if so please put a link up….im useless at this sorta stuff…:wink:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/page/item/b008x8gf.shtml?filter=category%3A100005&start=7&scope=iplayercategories&version_pid=b008x8fy

    #1212340
    Tank Girl
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    d.r.e.a.m wrote:
    if so please put a link up….im useless at this sorta stuff…:wink:

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/page/item/b008x8gf.shtml?filter=category%3A100005&start=7&scope=iplayercategories&version_pid=b008x8fy

    #1155043
    spark_plug
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    Quote:
    Killer Dolphins:
    To seek and destroy submarines using kamikaze methodsA military dolphin is a cetacean trained for military uses. The United States and Russian militaries have trained and employed oceanic dolphins for several reasons. Such military dolphins have been trained to rescue lost divers or to locate underwater mines.

    killer-dolphins.jpg

    The U.S. Navy openly trains dolphins and sea lions under the U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program, which is based in San Diego, California. Military dolphins were used by the U.S. Navy during the First and Second Gulf War. About 75 dolphins are in the Navy’s marine mammal program.
    The Russian military is believed to have closed its marine mammal program in the early 1990s. In 2000 the press reported that dolphins trained to kill by the Soviet Navy had been sold to Iran.
    Due to the secrecy of such practice, rumors of military dolphins include training them to lay underwater mines, to kill enemy combatants, or to seek and destroy submarines using kamikaze methods. There has even been speculation about the potential development of sophisticated equipment, such as poison darts, sonar jamming devices, and so on for dolphins, and about combat between cetaceans of both superpowers. The U.S. Navy denies ever having trained its marine mammals to harm or injure humans in any fashion or to carry weapons to destroy ships.

    quote taken from this hilarious article http://thecontaminated.com/top-nine-insane-weapons-of-war/

    #1212347
    spark_plug
    Participant
    Quote:
    Killer Dolphins:
    To seek and destroy submarines using kamikaze methodsA military dolphin is a cetacean trained for military uses. The United States and Russian militaries have trained and employed oceanic dolphins for several reasons. Such military dolphins have been trained to rescue lost divers or to locate underwater mines.

    killer-dolphins.jpg

    The U.S. Navy openly trains dolphins and sea lions under the U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program, which is based in San Diego, California. Military dolphins were used by the U.S. Navy during the First and Second Gulf War. About 75 dolphins are in the Navy’s marine mammal program.
    The Russian military is believed to have closed its marine mammal program in the early 1990s. In 2000 the press reported that dolphins trained to kill by the Soviet Navy had been sold to Iran.
    Due to the secrecy of such practice, rumors of military dolphins include training them to lay underwater mines, to kill enemy combatants, or to seek and destroy submarines using kamikaze methods. There has even been speculation about the potential development of sophisticated equipment, such as poison darts, sonar jamming devices, and so on for dolphins, and about combat between cetaceans of both superpowers. The U.S. Navy denies ever having trained its marine mammals to harm or injure humans in any fashion or to carry weapons to destroy ships.

    quote taken from this hilarious article http://thecontaminated.com/top-nine-insane-weapons-of-war/

    #1155040
    tarifa
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    i would love to swim with dolphins, been close to them on a small boat, bit breath-taking but . .

    i dont want to bring anyone down but they are not bloody angels

    dolphins commit bullying (groups of dolphins gang up and physically attack others), rape (bands of males mercilessly hound a female till she submits), murder etc (as in killing each other), i’m not kidding

    there was the well publicised discovery that (i’m fairy sure it was bottle-noses) one type of dolphin routinely goes after, and kills, another type, especially attacking the young and killing them, driving into them at speed and smacking them out of the water

    Not how we generally like to think of them is it, bit of a shame but more real i guess

    #1212344
    tarifa
    Participant

    i would love to swim with dolphins, been close to them on a small boat, bit breath-taking but . .

    i dont want to bring anyone down but they are not bloody angels

    dolphins commit bullying (groups of dolphins gang up and physically attack others), rape (bands of males mercilessly hound a female till she submits), murder etc (as in killing each other), i’m not kidding

    there was the well publicised discovery that (i’m fairy sure it was bottle-noses) one type of dolphin routinely goes after, and kills, another type, especially attacking the young and killing them, driving into them at speed and smacking them out of the water

    Not how we generally like to think of them is it, bit of a shame but more real i guess

    #1155046
    GiantMidget
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    tarifa wrote:
    i would love to swim with dolphins, been close to them on a small boat, bit breath-taking but . .

    i dont want to bring anyone down but they are not bloody angels

    dolphins commit bullying (groups of dolphins gang up and physically attack others), rape (bands of males mercilessly hound a female till she submits), murder etc (as in killing each other), i’m not kidding

    there was the well publicised discovery that (i’m fairy sure it was bottle-noses) one type of dolphin routinely goes after, and kills, another type, especially attacking the young and killing them, driving into them at speed and smacking them out of the water

    Not how we generally like to think of them is it, bit of a shame but more real i guess

    That’s the wild for you. But then again that shows that mankind has a lot in common with em then (The bad sides anyway!):crazy:

    #1212350
    GiantMidget
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    tarifa wrote:
    i would love to swim with dolphins, been close to them on a small boat, bit breath-taking but . .

    i dont want to bring anyone down but they are not bloody angels

    dolphins commit bullying (groups of dolphins gang up and physically attack others), rape (bands of males mercilessly hound a female till she submits), murder etc (as in killing each other), i’m not kidding

    there was the well publicised discovery that (i’m fairy sure it was bottle-noses) one type of dolphin routinely goes after, and kills, another type, especially attacking the young and killing them, driving into them at speed and smacking them out of the water

    Not how we generally like to think of them is it, bit of a shame but more real i guess

    That’s the wild for you. But then again that shows that mankind has a lot in common with em then (The bad sides anyway!):crazy:

    #1155041
    tarifa
    Participant
    DJCliffy wrote:
    That’s the wild for you. But then again that shows that mankind has a lot in common with em then (The bad sides anyway!):crazy:

    an the good stuff too!

    #1212345
    tarifa
    Participant
    DJCliffy wrote:
    That’s the wild for you. But then again that shows that mankind has a lot in common with em then (The bad sides anyway!):crazy:

    an the good stuff too!

    #1155044
    Dj Owlz
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    thats nutz

    one would assume with intelligance comes integrity, blatently not

    #1212348
    Dj Owlz
    Participant

    thats nutz

    one would assume with intelligance comes integrity, blatently not

    #1155047
    GiantMidget
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    tarifa wrote:
    an the good stuff too!

    Exactly! :love:

    #1212352
    GiantMidget
    Participant
    tarifa wrote:
    an the good stuff too!

    Exactly! :love:

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