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How fast can the winds blow in Antarctica?

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2012-05-15 08:03:45
2012-05-15 08:03:45

Winds can speed up to 200 km/h which will obviously blow you over. But Antarctica doesn't really have much weather. So winds, blizzards and storms don't really happen often.

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