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Originally Posted: 24 February 2009
Oppose the Navy's Use of Dolphins and Sea Lions
The U.S. Navy wants to use Atlantic bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions in Puget Sound to protect against terrorists along Naval Base Kitsap at Bangor on Hood Canal. The Navy-trained dolphins would find threatening divers, then make way for deep-diving California sea lions to clamp a cuff around the intruder's ankle.
Before March 1 2009: Go to Kitsap-Bangor Environmental Impact Statement and log in to make a comment, or call them at 888-510-5476 and tell them you are opposed to military use of dolphins and sea lions to patrol American waters.
Read Opposition surfaces to Navy plan to use dolphins, sea lions for Bangor security in the Seattle Times and add comments.
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