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Today’s #MountainsMatter quiz! Remember, to be entered to win at 30” metal print by me, you must: (1) Like this post.
(2) Answer the questions below. An attempt is ok, but bonus points for correct answers!
(3) Make a post of your own on Facebook and/or Instagram showing your favorite mountain(s) and why they matter to you. (4) Tag me (@mountainworld) in your post, and add the hashtags #MountainsMatter and #IMD2018 . Tagging me is the only way I can know you made a post!
OK, now the quiz: This high peak, rising from the savannah below with the 4th highest prominence of any mountain on earth, is well-known and well-traveled. It is still majestic though, taking climbers through many different climatic zones and realms with views, colors, and vistas beyond belief. It is also a mountain in trouble, facing overuse, dramatic glacial recession, and deforestation on its lower flanks. By now you probably know which peak this is, so here are some additional questions about #Kilimanjaro :
Who were the first to reach its 19,341 foot summit, and in what year?
How much glacial mass has Kilimanjaro lost since 1912?
What are the names of the three primary cones of this dormant volcano?
What is the nickname of the most commonly used route, which ascends from the southern flanks of the mountain?
What is the name of the predominant tribe that lives in the foothills of the mountain and comprises most of the guides and porters on the peak today?
Good luck, and looking forward to your input!
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Menjejakkan kaki di Benua Afrika adalah pengalaman tak terlupakan. Benua hitam nan eksotis itu menyimpan begitu banyak keunikan yang tak terduga. Bukan hanya Uhuru Peak―Puncak Gunung Kilimanjaro yang juga merupakan satu dari 7 puncak dunia. Lebih dari itu. Kehidupan satwa liar yang bercengkerama di habitat aslinya adalah panorama yang tak kalah menarik. Semua seperti memacu adrenalin jiwa petualangan.
Ya, setiap perjalanan tentu punya kenangan. Kadang indah, kadang tak menyenangkan. Setiap perjalanan juga punya tantangan. Ada yang sanggup dilewati, ada pula yang harus ditinggalkan. Tantangan pun datang silih berganti. Bahkan nyaris bertubi-tubi.
Seperti apa rasanya berjalan dalam balutan dingin di tengah malam buta hingga ke puncak Kilimanjaro di ketinggian 5.985 mdpl? Seganas apa kehidupan satwa liar di habitat aslinya? Hakuna matata! Perjuangan dan semangat pantang menyerah, ditambah sedikit keberuntungan turut mewarnai kisah dalam buku Kilimanjaro – Menapak Atap Afrika.
Judul: Kilimanjaro - Menapak Atap Afrika
Catatan Perjalanan | Rahmat Hadi
Halaman: 296 hal
Dimensi: 13 x 20 cm
Harga: Rp 69.900
[WA] 0895 2299 1122
In route to the marsh one herd stopped about halfway from the top of the ridge to the marsh to seek refuge from the scorching sun before moving on.
It's seems that the elders first encircle the shade of the Acacia tree forming a safe space for the very young elephants. That only lasted so long for a wiley little one who began getting quite antsy and started prancing around showing off until he caught my lens from a few hundred feet away. So adorable. ❤️🐘😎 #elephant#elephants#tarangire#gamedrive#africa#wildlifephotography#wildlife#tanzania
Wanted to show just how beautiful the sky and savannah grass land looks. Don’t you agree ?
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In Black History on 09Dec1964, #Tanzania received their independence. Popularly known as Siku ya Uhuru in Tanzania, it is celebrated on 9 December every year. #Tanganyika (former name) got its #freedom from the British rule in 1964 organised by #JuliusNyerere , a school teacher who was then 1 of only 2 Tanganyikans educated to university level.
Julius Nyerere organized a political party - the Tanganyika African National Union (TANU). Tanganyika merged with #Zanzibar in 1964 to become Tanzania. This is an important day when Tanzanians commemorate their nonviolent transition to freedom from the #British rule.
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Meanwhile people on the east coast of Africa had contact with the #Mediterranean civilizations. The Persians and later the Romans sailed as far as Tanzania.
The first #European to reach Tanzania was a #Portuguese explorer named #VascoDaGama who arrived in 1498. However Portuguese rule did not extend inland. At first the Portuguese were peaceful but not for long. In 1503 a ship commanded by Rui Lorenco Ravasco came to #Unguja Island. The Portuguese captured 20 #dhows (#Arab sailing ships) and killed about 35 people.
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