An Amazing 2,000 Years of Ice Has Melted Away since the 1990s on Mt Everest’s Highest Glacier

2,000 Years of Ice Has Melted Away since the 1990s on Mt Everest Highest Glacier
Mount Everest — Image by Public Domain

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