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For a glimpse of a world ruled by women, look at lemurs. (They keep the men in check.)

“The females are just large and in charge and they just have to look at a male and the male sort of backs out,” said Britt Keith, primate technician supervisor at the Duke Lemur Center. At the center, the majority of leaders are women, mirroring the hierarchy of the lemurs.
Raleigh author's books allow kids facing adversity to feel like superheroes
Start your week with a trio of noteworthy Durham restaurant openings
Two years of Maurice’s barbecue sauce are recalled due to unlisted ingredients
Airline gives man the wrong dog after sending his puppy to 4 other states, he says
'If you're feeding birds, you're feeding bears,' police warn NC town

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