Plastics and the Environment

These are the world's most dangerous mountains

Mount Everest, the highest mountain on Earth, attracts hundreds of climbers every year. Image: REUTERS/Monika Deupala

Martin Armstrong

Data Journalist, Statista

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The 14 highest mountain peaks in the world are all more than 8,000 meters above sea level. Image: Statista

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