|How are Canadians physically adapted to cold weather in winter?25-12-2015 19:59|
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|Are people who live in Alberta stoutly built to provide insulation from cold weather in winter where temperatures can dip below -20 C at night?|
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
People who live in Alberta maintain a healthy supply of Canadian whiskey and firewood on hand.
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|That's a good question because the Natives in North Alaska are stoutly built and that's probably why.|
[b]Petester wrote: That's a good question because the Natives in North Alaska are stoutly built and that's probably why.
......less radiating surface area compared to internal heat-generating bio-mass. Watusi warriors & garb need not plan for life-time excursions to the Arctic.
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
As you can see the racial mixture of Canada doesn't allow you to strike any sort of categorization.
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