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Some places in the world get cold enough that they can make entire hotels out of snow and ice.
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Even the beds are made of ice! Would you sleep in one?!
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What do you think these are?
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Someone filled water balloons with colored water and then left them outside to freeze!
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You could even use them to go ice bowling!
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Someone went to open their front door one day and this is what it looked like. What do you think happened?
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The wind had blown enough snow to trap this man in his house! He had to use a shovel to get out.
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These photos were taken in Canada. What do you think is going on here?
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It’s the annual hair freezing contest! People purposely get their hair wet, then go outside. (Don’t try this at home!)
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It even works on eyelashes…
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What do you think will happen if you create soap bubbles in -20ºC (-4ºF) temperatures?
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Not only do the bubbles freeze, but you can watch as beautiful ice crystals form! (Try this!)
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