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Snow cap reappears on Mount Kilimanjaro after twenty years

Currently, Kilimanjaro's Uhuru Peak is covered in snow.

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Snow cap reappears on Mount Kilimanjaro after twenty years

Currently, Kilimanjaro's Uhuru Peak is covered in snow.

03 January 2018 Wednesday 19:22
Snow cap reappears on Mount Kilimanjaro after twenty years

By Habakuki Urio

The snow cap of Africa's highest mountain Mount Kilimanjaro (5,895m) has increasingly reappeared after recent consecutive rainfall.

Currently, Kilimanjaro's Uhuru Peak is covered in snow.

Studies showed that snow on mount Kilimanjaro is destined to disappear entirely within twenty years, largely due to climate change.

It was indicated that the vast around ice in Kilimanjaro is melting at a faster pace than at any time over the past hundred years and at this rate it will be gone will be gone completely within two decades or even earlier.

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veronica. 2018-01-10 08:18:46

The snow cap in mt kilimanjaro is spectacular.i need to visit there befor it hoes away.