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Fresh from the Oven March Challenge - Traditional Buttery French Croissants for Lazy Bistro Breakfasts

Cloudberries: Rubus chamaemorus is a rhizomatous herb native to alpine and arctic tundra and boreal forest, producing amber-colored edible fruit similar to the raspberry or blackberry

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Tromso – Your Next Favorite Winter Destination, Norway Tromso drops into a subarctic climate zone, which experiences cold winters and short mild summers. The Polar Night takes over from 21 November to 21 January. Aurora is visible from August to late April.

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from the Guardian

Coldest city in the world – in pictures

A woman clamps a mitten to her face to protect it from the cold on a -53c day in 2013. In background a statue of Lenin presides over the cen...

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Climate Change Takes a Bite out of Wolverine’s Habitat omg I am photographing these tomorrow (10/5/13) hope it works out ...my boss told me to get in the cage for some good close ups...I had to tell him Wolverine from X men was called that for a reason . CLAWS!!!!

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Ladybug Angry About Being Born Into A Subarctic Climate: She Blames Darwin mouthfrog.com

from Airows

Surfing In A Subarctic Climate Has Never Looked So Beautiful

Surfing In A Subarctic Climate Has Never Looked So Beautiful. Must-watch video.

Oymyakon in Russia is one of the coldest places on the planet. It has an extreme subarctic climate that on February 6, 1933, dropped to a temperature of −67.7 °C (−90 °F) making it a candidate for the Northern Pole of Cold (coldest place on earth). The 500 people who live there “enjoy” days ranging from from 3 hours in December to 21 hours in June thanks to its northerly position. Quite bluntly, this place is brutal. Only a certain type of person can live in a place like this: Russian.