LAND IS COLDER THAN WA­TER

Science Illustrated - - ANTARCTICA -

The Antarc­tic Ocean is cold, but con­di­tions are sta­ble. The wa­ter will never be any colder than a few de­grees be­low zero, be­fore it freezes, whereas tem­per­a­tures on dry land could be as low as mi­nus 60+ °C.

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