Help Send Triton Home!
Triton is a yearling male gray seal who was admitted to the National Marine Life Center on Monday, July 30. To read more and see photos of his wounds on arrival, click here. While we initially thought his wounds were caused by a propeller (click here for our reasoning), recent consultation with experts from IFAW […]
Shark Bite or Boat Strike?
Ever since the admission of our newest patient, Triton the grey seal, we have had a lot of questions regarding the wounds on his body. At first, we thought these wounds were due to a shark attack, but at closer inspection, we determined that it was most likely a boat propeller that tore up poor Triton. […]
New Patient Admitted: Triton
Our newest patient, a yearling male grey seal, was admitted to the National Marine Life Center’s animal hospital on Monday, July 30th. He was picked up by the International Fund For Animal Welfare’s (IFAW) Marine Mammal Rescue Team from Nauset Light Beach in Eastham, and was directly admitted to our hospital. He was named “Triton” […]