This snow-covered place is an extremely cold village, with the lowest temperature exceeding minus 71 degrees. The average temperature in January was minus 50 degrees Celsius, and the lowest temperature in history reached minus 71.2 degrees Celsius.
This is the coldest village in the world, located in Oymyakon in northern Russia. Not to mention that there are only 500 residents here, but they are all very long-lived, basically they can live to hundreds of years old, and it is also the longest-lived village in the world.
When outdoors, all exposed hair is covered with a layer of white frost.
If you want to drive a car here, you must keep the engine working around the clock, because once the engine is turned off, you may not be able to restart it.
There are still many inconveniences in life here. The ink of the pen will freeze, the glass lens will freeze and crack, and the battery will lose power quickly. Although there is a mobile phone network, mobile phones cannot be used at all in this extremely cold weather.
Going to the toilet is also a hassle. Most families still rely on traditional coal or wood for heating.
Under such difficult conditions, the elderly here can live to hundreds of years old, which is also an unsolved mystery, which is worthy of careful study.