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Why Are Igloos Dome Shaped?

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Igloos are domed shaped to make them stronger. They are also easier to build. An igloo is a construction built from blocks of condensed snow which are cautiously bald and placed to fit in finest position.
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The dome shape makes the igloo stronger as well as being more simple to make when no other material is available to hold a more angled roof up.
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1. Clear a site for the igloo. You will need roughly 7 by 15 feet to make an igloo that is both protective and comfortable. There are two ways to clear the site: stamping down the
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Dome-shaped rooves are structurally the soundest, strongest that can be built, the greater the load on them, the stronger they become. Also, they require no internal or external bracing
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