THE HIMALAYAS

Q: Name the climber who died during his expedition in 1895.

(a) :  Harmann Buhl
(b) :  A.F. Mummary
(c) :  Martin Conway
(d) :  None of these
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  A.F. Mummary
Explanation:  

Q: The sub-Himalayas, as the siwaliks, are the ______most mountains in the Himalayas Range.

(a) :  Eastern
(b) :  Northern
(c) :  Southern
(d) :  western
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  Southern
Explanation:  

Q: The sub-Himalayas are low in altitude attaining heights of between 600 and ______metres.

(a) :  1200
(b) :  1400
(c) :  1600
(d) :  1800
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  1200
Explanation:  

Q: The longest glacier in the great Himalaya is Rupals at ______kilometres.

(a) :  15.6
(b) :  16.6
(c) :  17.6
(d) :  18.6
(e) :  None of the Above
Answer:  17.6
Explanation:  

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