The dolphin only had to resurface once for James Liviccari, the naturalist aboard, to confirm that after five hours of searching, Seymour had been found. Seymour's injury caused him to raise his tail higher out of the water than is normal for a dolphin, revealing, each time, a bulbous mass of scar tissue that had grown around an entanglement that cut deeply to the animal's bone. Submitted

The dolphin only had to resurface once for James Liviccari, the naturalist aboard, to confirm that after five hours of searching, Seymour had been found. Seymour's injury caused him to raise his tail higher out of the water than is normal for a dolphin, revealing, each time, a bulbous mass of scar tissue that had grown around an entanglement that cut deeply to the animal's bone. Submitted

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