This week's question: Ukraine has claimed that 10 of its military dolphins stationed in Crimea went on hunger strike after Russia seized control of the peninsula in 2014, and have since starved to death — a charge that Moscow denies. If Hollywood were to make a war movie about these defiant dolphins' act of anti-Russian resistance, what could the film be called?

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THE WINNER: "A Few Good Mammals"
Jim Daly, Thousand Oaks, California

SECOND PLACE: "Crimea and Punishment"
Paul Giorgianni, New York City

THIRD PLACE: "The Fin Red Line"
Barbie Avery, Atlanta


"Suicide Pod"
Suzanne Brooks, Quechee, Vt.

"Flags of Our Flippers"
John F. Mevi III, Lakeside, California

"Fasting And Furious"
Skip Flanagan, Roseville, California

"Feed Willy"
Terry Ingalls, Portland, Maine

"A Common Porpoise"
Nick Consales, Fanwood, New Jersey

"Fasting Nemo"
Carl Anderson, Goldendale, Washington

"Independence Bay"
Brian Francis, Fair Oaks, California

"Inglourious Bottlenoses"
Norm Carrier, North Carolina

"War and Plaice"
Stephen Sumner, Worcester, Massachusetts

"When Flipper Won't Flip"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas

"Dolphins: No Chickens of the Sea"
James Adams, Columbus, Ohio