Thursday, 12 December 2013

Maldives resort claims world's smallest mountain

A hill standing at a fraction more than five meters tall is now the highest spot in the Maldives, a hotel resort has claimed

If confirmed, this would allow the low-lying Indian Ocean archipelago to leapfrog Tuvalu, leaving the Polynesian island as the nation with the world's lowest lying peak.

Jolyon Attwooll

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