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DURHAM, N.C. — Walking in the botanical gardens one recent, perfect early spring day, a quick burst of movement in the thicket of a yellow Carolina jasmine hedge caught my eye. It was a mouse. A Peromyscus leucopus to be precise — a white-footed mouse with big black eyes — staring back at me. Neither […]