Comic Strip about how Mt. Everest is formed.

Updated: 10/12/2021
Comic Strip about how Mt. Everest is formed.

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  • Ok let's start let start, so as far as I know it is connected between Indian and Eurasian plate.
  • How Mt. Everest is formed?
  • What is convergent boundary?
  • I see, so the boundary form must be convergent
  • Convergent boundary or known as destructive boundary happen when a two or more lithospheric plates collide.
  • How Mt. Everest is formed?
  • Ooh I see then this means that this subduction can cause earthquakes?
  • Yes, one plate eventually slides beneath the other this process is called subduction
  • Yes, now lets get back to the question of How Mt. Everest is formed?
  • How Mt. Everest is formed?
  • Yes, so my theory of why is Mt. Everest is the tallest in the world is because it still hasn't stop growing.
  • So now that we know what convergent boundary means this just proves that Indian and Eurasian plate did collided.
  • In summary The mountain was formed by the upward force generated when the Indian and Eurasian tectonic plates collided, pushing up the rocks that formed the highest mountain on Earth.
  • And it's still continuously growing until today.
  • How Mt. Everest is formed?
  • Yes!