Scientists Discover Lost Secrets in this 2.7 Million years old Ice

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Antarctica. The world’s coldest, windiest, and driest continent. A landmass roughly the same size as the United States and Mexico combined, containing 90% of all ice on Earth, with its average annual temperature ranging between negative 10 degrees Celsius (or 14 degrees Fahrenheit) on the coast, to about negative 60 degrees Celsius (or 76 degrees Fahrenheit) in the highest parts of the interior. In this freezing continent, wind speeds can reach almost one hundred miles per hour.

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