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  1. Bobbie the Wonder Dog, who walked a distance of at least 2,551 miles (4,105 km) through plains, desert, and mountains in the winter to return home to his family, swimming in rivers and even crossing the Continental Divide in the coldest part of winter.

  2. It is not coldest just before the dawn - it is coldest about an hour after dawn. The temperature only begins to increase once the incoming solar radiation overcomes the heat radiating away from earth.

  3. The coldest place in the known universe is in a laboratory right here on Earth.

  4. Bobbie the Wonder Dog, who walked a distance of at least 2,551 miles (4,105 km) through plains, desert, and mountains in the winter to return home to his family, swimming in rivers and even crossing the Continental Divide in the coldest part of winter.

  5. The giant crystal cave in Mexico, with crystals weighing up to 50 tonnes, had an average of 100% humidity and 58° C temperature. This meant that the coldest place in the cave was the lungs, so water would condense in it and exposure for over 10 minutes would lead to death by drowning.

  6. At the point in Antarctica that is the most distant from the Southern Ocean, there is a station covered by snow with a statue of Lenin on the roof, and a golden guest book to sign inside; one of the most challenging and coldest place to reach called the Southern Pole of inaccessibility

  7. The coldest city on Earth is Yakutsk in Russia, with the coldest temperature ever recorded being −64.4 °C (−83.9 °F) and average of −38.6 °C (−37.5 °F) in January.

  8. The vacuum of space is cold" is a myth. If you're in total darkness at the coldest spot in the known universe, the vacuum of space can get down to -454 ºF. But in sunlight near Earth, temperatures can swing to a boiling 250 ºF. That's why astronauts wear reflective white spacesuits.

  9. The universe's coldest known star, WISE 1828+2650; It's at room temperature

  10. Liquid Helium is the coldest substance on earth, and is critical to MRI machines and medical research. The US is intentionally depleting and disbanding its Federal Helium Reserve and will have to rely on Russian and Qatar in the future.

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The coldest (natural) place known in the solar system is found in the permanently shadowed craters of the south pole of Earth's moon.

The coldest known natural place in the Universe is the Boomerang Nebula. At −272.15°C it is 1°C warmer than absolute zero, and 2°C colder than background radiation from the Big Bang.

Russian polar scientists at Vostok Station, coldest place on Earth, have a tradition called 200 Club. They take a sauna heated up to 120°C (248°F) and then run outside into -80°C (-112°F) wearing nothing but underwear and flip-flops, experiencing a quick temperature change of 200 degrees Celsius

Hawaii has the coldest record high temperature (98 F/ 37 C) of any US state

The coldest permanently inhabited place on Earth is the village of Oymyakon, Russia, where temps average -58 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter months and the record low is -96.16 degrees.

Slow worm hides under the piles of rock, in the hedgerows or dry stone walls from October to February/March. Winter period of dormancy, called brumation (similar to hibernation of warm-blooded creatures) ensures survival during the coldest period of the year when food sources are scarce.

Lake Superior has the largest volume of all the Great Lakes. It is the coldest and deepest and because it has a cooler climate and poor soil conditions it is the least polluted.

The coldest temperature ever recorded in the world was -128.56 degrees Fahrenheit. It was recorded at Antarctica's Vostok station on July 21st, 1983.

Chipmunks spend coldest part of the year under the ground. They undergo winter sleep, but they wake up couple of times to eat.

The coldest place in the Solar System is Triton, a moon of Neptune, at -240C (-400F).

Between April and December it is the dry season for Komodo Island. The coldest months are July and August. During these months the average temperature is 30 degrees Celsius.

The 1967 NFL championship game was the coldest in history with a wind chill of -48 degrees. It has become known as the ‘Ice Bowl".

The Kara Sea is considered one of the world's coldest seas. The maximum temperature that it reaches is 16 degrees Celsius. The minimum temperature that the Kara Sea reaches is -46 degrees Celsius.

The New England Colonies" landscape was difficult to farm because of its mountainous landscape and rocky soil, and was the coldest of the three regions. Natural resources in this region included fish, forests, and they imported agricultural products from the other colonies. Puritans dominated this region.

Red-sided garter snake hibernates during the winter. Hundreds or thousands of red-sided garter snakes spend coldest period of year inside deep crevices of rocks or in the sinkhole on the pastures.

Antarctica is home to 90% of the world's ice. This continent contained within the Southern Ocean's boundaries is the windiest, driest and coldest continent in the world.

Triton, is Neptune's largest moon. It has ice volcanoes but it is so cold that the mixture instantly freezes and falls back to the surface as snow. Triton is considered to be one of the coldest of all objects in our solar system because it is gets so little sunlight and reflects what it does get. It is about -400 degrees Fahrenheit.

Although winter solstice marks the beginning of the astrological winter, the coldest winter days are yet to come, often not for a month or even two in some years.

The coldest desert is the Antarctic Desert where a temperature of -94.7 degrees Celsius was recorded in 2010. The average is -49 degrees Celsius.

Chirripo National Park is one of Costa Rica's coldest spots and the lowest temperature on record in Costa Rica was recorded in the park. It was -9 degrees Celsius.

Gopher does not hibernate during the winter. It collects and stores food in the underground burrows before the winter and uses it during the coldest part of the year.

India has the second coldest inhabited place on Earth, A himalayan town called Dras.

Following the winter solstice the temperatures become colder. In the northern hemisphere the coldest months are December, January and February, while in the summer hemisphere the coldest months are June, July, and August.

The coldest date in the year, on average, varies greatly depending on where you live. For example, in North-West USA the coldest day on average is in early December, but in some parts of the North-Eeast USA the coldest day on average may be as late as late February/March.

Mariana Trench's temperature is so low, ranging from 34°F to 39°F, that it is considered to be one the world's coldest places.