Gidget Fuentes

freelance reporter in San Diego

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Since 1959, the Navy has used marine mammals in aquatic missions such as identifying mines. Now their dolphins are resources for studies on aging.

What can US Navy-trained dolphins teach Americans about aging?

Since 1959, the Navy has used marine mammals in aquatic missions such as identifying mines. Now their dolphins are resources for studies on aging.

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