Over the past few decades the expansion of urban food sources and development in the bats' rural homes have made cities their main residence. A local photographer looks at the flying foxes that struggle to hang on in the city, and the humans who look after them.
In the past decade, the Arctic has been transformed by rising temperatures, vanishing ice, and international attention. Countries with Arctic territory—and some nations with no polar borders—have been scrambling for advantage on the Earth's latest frontier.
"I was completely freaking out with the landscape. The idea of being with my three friends surfing in the Arctic Circle and surrounded by snowy mountains that fall on the shore, just blew my mind," says photographer Nicolás Pina Calvin, who took this shot of surfer Pablo Montero riding waves in the Arctic waters of Norway's Lofoten Islands.