The dolphin was found by passerby's on the beach exhausted.
Twenty-one people were killed in the attack, including one soldier and 20 civilians, most of whom were teenage girls.
Dr. Aviad Scheinen of the University of Haifa is the second Israeli researcher to gain the honor.
Nature lovers hope the dolphin is male so that he may pair with a female of his species also sighted in the area.
"Since here in Israel we had not yet identified a single dolphin with scars, it had led us to think that there are no - or almost no - such attacks."
The sighting featured an estimated 8 individuals, including two calves. The school was seen playing amidst the waves.
"The idea of this pilot is really to create a kind of "Sesame Street" under water."
IMMRAC researchers noted that the particular dolphin spotted on Saturday was healthy and didn't present any signs of weakness or disease.
The scientists speculated that this behavior happens mostly when a shortage of food occurs.
As coronavirus shuts more people into their homes, the canals of Venice have become still and lack their usual boat traffic.