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International Mountain Day: How do you measure a mountain, really?

At 8,848.86 metres above sea level, Mount Everest has been recently declared as three feet higher than it was recognised in 1954. What's going on? Here's what you need to know

Published: Dec 11, 2020 11:26:39 AM IST

International Mountain Day: How do you measure a mountain, really?
International Mountain Day: How do you measure a mountain, really?
International Mountain Day: How do you measure a mountain, really?
International Mountain Day: How do you measure a mountain, really?
International Mountain Day: How do you measure a mountain, really?
International Mountain Day: How do you measure a mountain, really?
International Mountain Day: How do you measure a mountain, really?
International Mountain Day: How do you measure a mountain, really?
 

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