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28 apr 2022

Delfini militari, la Russia li schiera in Crimea

I poveri cetacei, debitamente addestrati, sono a difesa delle navi nel porto di Sebastopoli

28 apr 2022
epa09860757 Workers of the Odesa dolphinarium Nemo try to open it for visitors for the first time since the start of the war in the southern Ukrainian port city of Odesa, Ukraine, 30 March 2022. Two dolphin babies were born during the war time and were named Ukraine and Victory. On 24 February, Russian troops had entered Ukrainian territory in what the Russian president declared a 'special military operation', resulting in fighting and destruction in the country, a huge flow of refugees, and multiple sanctions against Russia.  EPA/STEPAN FRANKO
Delfini addestrati a Odessa (Ansa)
epa09860757 Workers of the Odesa dolphinarium Nemo try to open it for visitors for the first time since the start of the war in the southern Ukrainian port city of Odesa, Ukraine, 30 March 2022. Two dolphin babies were born during the war time and were named Ukraine and Victory. On 24 February, Russian troops had entered Ukrainian territory in what the Russian president declared a 'special military operation', resulting in fighting and destruction in the country, a huge flow of refugees, and multiple sanctions against Russia.  EPA/STEPAN FRANKO
Delfini addestrati a Odessa (Ansa)
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