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Shocking Video Snowstorm From Ultar After Earthquake Must Watch

Shocking Video Snowstorm From Ultar After Earthquake Must Watch

Just adding more problem in the existing situation created by the recent earthquakes, the brutality of the extreme weather is at its peak. Snowstorm has been started in the northern areas and is causing hindrance in the rescue of the victims. Have a look at the video shared above.

Shocking Video Snowstorm From Ultar After Earthquake Must Watch

Earthquake shocks also hit a base camp at Mount Everest very hard. Many tourists were under the snow, which come from the glaciers and huge losses were made. The base camp was completely destroyed and tourists to wait for help from the outside world.

Mount Everest is the highest mountain range in the world. It snow filled glaciers half of the subcontinent covered. Millions of people receive benefits of different kinds from the mountain rage of Everest. Where it contains ice filled mountains, many rivers also comes from the Everest, to enrich the lands of the sub content. Pakistan gets down a large part of the water, filled from the snow glaciers of Mount Everest. The ice melts during the summer season and water comes into the rivers of Pakistan, to give water the lands. Everest also is a huge income to Pakistan through tourism. Hundreds of thousands of tourists visit Everest by Pakistan every year.

A way to the base camp of Mount Everest has been set by the Pakistani government. Tourists from around the world travel to this world-class road to visit the snow beautiful and magical filled glaciers of Everest. Everest has the longest mountain range on the subcontinent.

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The subcontinent is more enjoyable filled with snow glaciers of Everest. Everest has increased the beauty of the Pakistan China border region and attracted many tourists from around the world. In 1953 it was the first time that a man to reach at the top of Mount Everest.

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