Mt. Everest is approximately 60 million years old. It is named for Sir George Everest, a British surveyor-general of India. Over 4000 people have attempted to climb Mt. Everest with only about 660 successes. It’s height is 29,028 feet, or 5 and a half miles above sea level. This is equivalent to the size of almost 20 Empire State Buildings.
Mount Everest was formed about 60 million years ago. It was named after Sir George Everest, the British Surveyor-General of India, in 1865. It rises a few millimeters each year because of geological forces.
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