Is this paragraph correct:

"A dolphin was stranded on the beach.

Despite the circumstances, Santiago couldn’t help a sense of a wonder as he saw himself close to that fabulous animal, but simultaneously he also felt concerned about his condition."

Does 'sense of wonder' sound good in a context like that?

Or would 'a feeling of fascination' sound better?

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