Which property of water helps support life in this harsh Arctic environment?

Which property of water helps support life in this harsh Arctic environment?

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The icy waters of the Arctic and Antarctic Oceans sustenance a great amount of marine life. For millions of years, life has remained unchanged, making it possible for these animals to adapt themselves to these particular patterns of existence. Due to water's cohesiveness, water's polarity enticed to other water molecules. The hydrogen bonds in water grasp other water molecules unruffled. Also the Cohesion or known as water's attraction to other water molecules is one of the major properties of water. 

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