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.
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!!!!
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.