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    Rights: The University of Waikato Published 21 June 2007 Size: 240 KB Referencing Hub media

    In Antarctica air temperatures are usually well below freezing, and strong winds exaggerate the effects of the cold; there is total darkness for three months during winter, while the summer sees 24-hour sunshine; and fresh water is provided only by snow melt.