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Iran Accuses Lizards And Chameleons Of Espionage

Iranian military advisor Hassan Firuzabadi told media outlets earlier this week that lizards lurking deep in the uranium mines were spying on the Iranian government. The lizards are being accused of attracting atomic waves and delivering intel to the United States on the nuclear actions of Iran.

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Iran Accuses Lizards And Chameleons Of Espionage



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Iranian military advisor Hassan Firuzabadi told media outlets earlier this week that lizards lurking deep in the uranium mines were spying on the Iranian government. The lizards are being accused of attracting atomic waves and delivering intel to the United States on the nuclear actions of Iran.

According to National Geographic, Firuzabadi’s comments came after being asked about a group of environmentalists under arrest since late January. The Times of Israel, a local Iranian news agency, quoted Firuzabadi as saying that in the environmentalists’ possession the Iranians found lizards and chameleons, claiming these animals were deployed to find out where Iran was mining and developing uranium.

Firuzabadi said the espionage effort has failed, even though he believes the lizards’ skin attracts atomic waves. But scientists disagree with Iran’s military advisor. Lizard skin isn’t capable of absorbing measurable atomic waves, say scientists, and as cold-blooded animals, the lizards likely would not have sought out cool, dark caves. (Although these cave-dwelling crocs may be becoming a new species.)

This isn’t the first time an animal has been accused of being an international spy. In 2007, Iran detained 14 squirrels that local news agencies said were equipped with spying equipment. Allegedly, the squirrels had some sort of small recording or radio device that was used for eavesdropping. At the time, national police confirmed they were aware of the story, but did not divulge more information about where they thought the squirrels came from or what happened to them.

The Saudis have also detained animals and accused them of espionage. An Israeli vulture was detained in 2011 by the Saudi Arabian government. That griffin vulture was wearing a GPS tag owned by the University of Tel Aviv, which was studying the endangered bird’s movement patterns. The Saudi government also initially accused the bird of spying on them.

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