The world’s highest mountain is now officially a little higher. After years of debate, China and Nepal lastly agreed on a exact elevation for Mount Everest. The new agreed top of 8,848.86 meters (29,031.69 ft) was introduced at a digital ceremony.
This is 86 centimeters higher than the measurement beforehand recognised by Nepal. It is greater than 4 meters above China’s official determine.
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