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12 frigid photos of the annual Polar Bear dip in Toronto

The annual Polar Bear dip went down in Toronto yesterday, as more than a hundred people rang in the new year in the coldest way possible. This year's pain-fest aimed to raise $65,000 for Habitat for Humanity, the charitable cause affiliated with the event for the last 11 years. If you think the mild winter made it easier on these daredevils, I'd suggest their facial expressions tell a different story.

Check out what this year's Polar Bear Dip looked like in this photo gallery.


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