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BBC Weather presenter on life in the coldest place on Earth

10 December 2013 Last updated at 17:24 GMT

The coldest temperature ever has been recorded in the heart of Antarctica.

The mercury hit -93C on a high ridge in the East Antarctic Plateau.

BBC Weather presenter Peter Gibbs spoke to Tim Willcox about his time living in Antarctica, for two years.

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