The U.S. Navy will no longer use its 80 trained dolphins to spot mines and enemy divers around the world, instead opting for computers. However, bomb-hunting on the sea floor may become the dolphins' new gig. "About a quarter of [the Navy dolphins] would be affected. But it's not like they are going to go jobless. We have other assignments," said Mike Rothe of the Navy's Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific in San Diego.
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