Which is colder the North or South Pole?

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The coldest place in the world, is Antarctica (south pole). The coldest atmospheric temperature ever recorded there (or anywhere else on earth) was -89.6 degrees Celsius (-128.5 degrees Fahrenheit) at Vostok, Antarctica on July 21 st , 1983.
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The South Pole has a mean annual temperature of -58 degrees Fahrenheit and
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The South Pole is considerably colder than the North Pole. The average temperature at the South Pole is -56°F (-49°C), which is approximately 35° lower than the average
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The south pole. The reason is (or one of the reasons is) that Antarctica is a continent and the ice is mostly sitting on the ground so it is pretty darn deep in many places. Even
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