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Why is the temperature fairly constant for land masses surrounded by large bodies of water?

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Since, the large water bodies absorb greater amount of heat, and as water is bad conductor of heat it takes long time to get heated and long time to get cooled. Thus, the temperature changes and is adjusted and becomes constant.

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