A meteorite impact in Canada created the hottest temperature ever measured on Earth’s surface

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If you're searching for hot temperatures, Canada probably isn't the first place you'd think to look. Some 38 million years ago, however, what is today Canada was home to the hottest temperature ever produced on the surface of the Earth. New research has revealed that a massive meteorite slammed into the ground in the Labrador region, creating a hellish inferno that topped 4300 degrees Fahrenheit (2370 degrees Celsius).

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