weather zones

posted by Anonymous

could you please give us some info about plants,animal,charactorisics,and etc. about the polar circle?

  1. Ms. Sue

  2. bsdyverav-

    i don't know find out yourselfs you pieces of stupid poop

  3. dcwcqexdx

    You butts figure it out

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