According to a pessimistic investigation, it is revealed the extreme vulnerability of the highest mountain in the world, The Himalaya Mountains, due to climate change and rising temperatures, which have altered the balance of the snow, ice and water from these peaks.
I went to interview the Yeti (yes, really! I am the only person in the world who knows where it hides) and this is what it told me:
“I am going to need to go abroad, because here is worrying the results on a general decrease in snow during the last decade. Thing that gives me less hiding places where to maintain my identity out of paparazzi reach.”
Besides the Yeti, in the Himalaya mountains live 10,000 plant species, 977 birds, 300 mammals, 269 freshwater fish, 176 reptiles, 195 amphibians and some large wild animals like elephants, tigers and rhinos which tend to move from one country to another, so that environmental organizations are calling for a comprehensive cross-border action to protect them.