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What was the coldest temperature ever recorded on earth and where did it happen?

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What was the coldest temperature ever recorded on earth and where did it happen?

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The coldest temperature ever recorded was at the Russian station Vostok in Antarctica: -88° Celsius (-126° Fahrenheit). 8. What are the katabatic winds? Strong winds that blow downhill due to the force of gravity. 9. What is the Antarctic Convergence Zone? Where the cold water of the south and the warmer water of the north meet. The water churns and many fish are drawn from the bottom, creating an area ideal for fishing. 10. How much of the earth’s fresh water is at Antarctica? The Antarctic ice sheet holds over 70% of our planet’s fresh water. 11. What is the average thickness of the ice in Antarctica? The average thickness of the ice sheet is about 2,200 meters (about 1-1/3 mile). 12. What are icebergs? Icebergs are made of fresh water and break off the ice shelves in pieces. One-eighth of the iceberg is visible and seven-eighths is underwater. 13. What is the ozone hole? The ozone hole, which hovers over Antarctica, is caused by manmade chlorine- and bromine-containing pollutants in

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