March 26, 2010

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Mount everest story

By: coolboy On: Friday, March 26, 2010
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  • Today i am telling a small story about Himalayas may be you don't know it,

    250 million years ago Earth land was single large continent, which was surrounded by large ocean.
    Around 200 million years ago, a sudden change happen in climate, A big sea formed in the place of Himalayas now. The sea name was Tethys.



    Due to climate change Tethys sea converted into Himalayas.
    The Himalayas were formed around 70 million years ago, when the Indo-Australian Plate collided with the Eurasian Plate at a convergent/destructive plate boundary. This has caused fold mountains to form as there are no subductions of the plates that can be seen from the absence of volcanoes in the Himalayas.
    Mount everest is one of the peak in Himalayas


    Mount Everest - is the highest mountain on Earth above Sea level, and the highest point on the Earth's continental Crust, as measured by the height above Sea level of its summit 48 metres (29,029 ft). The mountain, which is part of the Himalaya range in Asia, is located on the border between Sagarmatha zone, Nepal, and Tibet, china.


    1.Everest was formed about 60 million years ago
    2.29,035 (8850m)-found to be 6' higher in 1999
    3.Sir George Everest in 1865 ,the British surveyor-general of India. Once known as Peak 15
    4.Latitude 27° 59' N.....Longitude 86° 56' E It's summit ridge separates Nepal and Tibet

    6 comments:

    1. Well-researched... thanks for sharing this info. :-)

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    2. Very interesting facts! I saw that you posted this twice...why?

      Very cool facts about Mount Everest!

      Amber

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    3. Thank you for this, very informative! Didn't know all that...
      I don't think I could ever hike a mountain this high, personally.
      Romany
      xx

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    4. Heey :)
      thanks for comment in my post *-*
      Everest is very old, I didn't know that! Interesting!

      Xx
      the-way-it-works.blogspot.com

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