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What’s the Deal With: Bellingham’s black squirrels?

Hint: They are not a different species

A gray squirrel and black squirrel lunch together on branches.
A gray squirrel and black squirrel lunch together in the Alabama Hill neighborhood of Bellingham. (Photo courtesy of Denise Catalano)
By Connor J. Benintendi Staff Reporter
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