Florida Keys

November 8, 2014 7:00 AM

Molly, the ‘Grand Dame’ of captive dolphins, continues to beat odds in the Keys

Molly survives another health scare in the Keys to add to her long, controversial and storied life as a wild animal turned pet, fair performer, movie star and educator at the Dolphin Research Center.

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