Oymyakon, the coldest village on earth: Temperatures drop to -71.2C, locals can’t wear glasses because they freeze to their faces and the school only shuts if it falls below -52C | Mail Online

article 2266374 1715E6C7000005DC 177 470x680 Oymyakon, the coldest village on earth: Temperatures drop to  71.2C, locals cant wear glasses because they freeze to their faces and the school only shuts if it falls below  52C | Mail Online
article 2266374 1715E972000005DC 877 470x680 Oymyakon, the coldest village on earth: Temperatures drop to  71.2C, locals cant wear glasses because they freeze to their faces and the school only shuts if it falls below  52C | Mail Online

The thick fur of these East Siberian Laikas puppies keeps them warm: Oymyakon is 750 metres above sea level, which means that the length of a day varies from 3 hours in December to 21 hours in the summer

Wow, I thought Canada was cold! Siberia scares me with their temperatures! That puppy is adorable!

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