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Humans are resilient, hardworking creatures.
And there's perhaps nowhere where that's more evident than in the tiny village of Oymyakon, Russia, regarded by most as the coldest permanently inhabited place on earth.
Temperatures average around -58 degrees Fahrenheit during the winter months, with the record low reaching -96.16 degrees Fahrenheit in 1924.
Adventurer and photographer Amos Chapple visited the village, as well as Yakutsk, its nearest city center.
Chapple spent a total of five weeks in the region, documenting everyday life in these harsh conditions, as well as the people who call the area home.
Christian Storm contributed reporting to an earlier version of this article.