Mosquitoes fill the air outside the Toolik Field Station in Arctic Alaska. Climate change may make mosquitoes throughout the Arctic more numerous. Tough on the local caribou, the continuing warming trend means the Arctic mosquitoes typically emerge all at once in massive swarms. (That’s one reason they are jokingly called “Alaska’s state bird.”)

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