"A dolphin lost while traveling upstream from Long Island Sound is found in a Connecticut river. The fisherman first saw dolphins on the banks of the River Thames. Dolphins look young and look small.

A lost dolphin that swam upstream from the Long Island Sound has been swimming in a Connecticut river.

Fishermen discovered dolphins for the first time on Thursday morning along the Thames River. Dolphins can be seen bouncing around in a Facebook video,

The Mystic Aquarium animal rescue crew was eventually informed. Together with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, they have been keeping an eye on the situation.

According to animal rescue worker Alexandra Cojocaru at the aquarium, the dolphin appears to be young and may be little.

She speculated that it might have been searching for food or just turned around and wandered off from its pod.

A dolphin making its way into the river is unusual, but not unheard of, according to Cojocaru, who is optimistic that it will ultimately make its way back.

"They could get skin problems and other problems if they spend a lot of time in fresh water," "She spoke. "Thus, it is undoubtedly