2014 - Grey seal: Truro, MA reported by National Marine Life Center on September 14, 2014 - Photos available. http://nmlc.org/2014/09/3-seals-are-heading-back-to-the-wild/
Mary Arnold” is a juvenile female grey seal that stranded in Truro, MA on July 11, 2014. She was rescued by the International Fund for Animal Welfare and admitted to the National Marine Life Center the same day. She was treated for alopecia (abnormal hair loss), infection, and multiple minor wounds. She is the largest seal that the Center has treated to date. Mary Arnold was named after the tug boat used to haul granite to build the Cape Cod Canal.