Mr Monkey found that SeaFront had a collection of torpedoes of many nations and colours from both world wars. He studied a German torpedo launcher from the First World War and decided it was probably the sort that would be mounted on the deck of a warship, rather than in a submarine. Mr Monkey looked inside a British Second World War torpedo which was pointing at a German torpedo from the same period. Finally he examined the bright yellow Poisson Auto Propulsé, a tiny remote controlled submarine used to find and destroy mines.
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