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World’s highest and most challenging mountains

Today, it is widely accepted that mountains are fragile ecosystems with global importance as they contain the world’s biggest freshwater reserves, have rich biodiversity, and are popular tourist resorts. <br />Photo: The Annapurna (8,091m) and Machapuchare mountains (6,997m) in Nepal.<br />
Today, it is widely accepted that mountains are fragile ecosystems with global importance as they contain the world’s biggest freshwater reserves, have rich biodiversity, and are popular tourist resorts.
Photo: The Annapurna (8,091m) and Machapuchare mountains (6,997m) in Nepal.



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