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What is a contributing factor to siberias harsh winters?

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2014-06-18 21:12:12
2014-06-18 21:12:12

A contributing factor to Siberia's harsh winters is its location. During the winter the sun is not up for as long to warm the space. It is a large land mass with no nearby ocean to help warm things up therefore, it gets cold, and it stays cold.

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