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A place of winter with elves and bears.

Opposites akin to the brisk, cold airs.

Also a central or pivotal tide,

Connected by ice and a gap miles wide.

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A place of winter with elves and bears.

Opposites akin to the brisk, cold airs.

Also a central or pivotal tide,

Connected by ice and a gap miles wide.

North Pole?

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North Pole?

Really close, the answer I expected, but a little different answer is what I'm looking for. It's similar, it encompasses the whole riddle.

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tundra and ice?

:lol:

The arctic doesn't have elves I'm pretty sure Iceland does though. lol

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The arctic doesn't have elves I'm pretty sure Iceland does though. lol

Well, nowhere really has elves, silly. You were on the right track with

Arctic and North pole

I just need a word that describes them.

In fact, part of the word is even in one of those answers.

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polar ice cap???

OOOOOH!!! I'll give it to you.

Polar, hence, also the words: central and pivotal. Dictionary definitions, check them out. : )

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you gave the answer while i was typing it in!

sorry, good job on that. : )

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