In chapter 3 what way did the severe cold threaten the lives of the men and the dogs in this chapter?
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The landscape is unforgiving, as the temperatures are extremely low. Snow-covered lakes are not always frozen solid, and the ice cold water is deadly. Perhaps worst of all--at least from Buck's perspective--Spitz turns out to be a fierce rival. Buck must face not only the elements but another capable competitor.