Weegy: The tilt of the Earth's axis causes the difference in temperature between the Equator and Earth's polar regions. [ While the Equator receives direct light from the sun at all times of the year, the tilted axis prevents the poles from receiving such prolonged exposure. The tilt causes various other effects, such as the extreme length of day and night at polar locations.
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