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    Siberia, synonymous of extreme cold, is know for the frozen temperature that can pluged below -40 degrees during the winter. The Nenets people in Yamal region live in extreme cold conditions and they protect themselves with reindeer and fox furs. But the town of Oymyakon in Yakutia, claim to being the coldest permanently inhabited locales on the world. In 1924 a temperature of −71.2 °C (−96 °F) was recorded in the town. In the picture a Nenet woman of Yamal.
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    Date Taken: Mar 4, 2012
    Date Uploaded: Jan 17, 2016
    Camera: Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
    Focal Length: 70 mm
    Shutter Speed: 1/125 sec
    Aperture: f/11
    ISO: 100
    Copyright: © Alessandra Meniconzi
    Categories: Nature, People, Places