1) are snow to which the rays of the sun do not melt, as they do not arrive with the same impact, therefore the ice does not melt, at all times those ices are found in the most of the world, such as Everest, Himalaya, etc. the climate is one, the snowy, therefore its flora and fauna are very scarce, the closest to these places are the pines, shrews and other vertebrates, its closest inhabitants for example in the case of the Himalayas are the monks, but it is impossible for anything to survive in the perpetual ice, therefore the closest living beings are the ones I told you since there are no nutrients, no water, or anything that promotes survival.As it stands on the eastern rim of the Rift Valley, Mount Kilimanjaro, which shows a great volcanic activity in the Pleistocene, is not entirely isolated in the African plain, is accompanied by three other volcanic cones, oriented in an east-southwest axis: the oldest, Shira, to the west, with an altitude of 3962 m, Mawenzi to the east, with an altitude of 5149 m and among them, Kibo, which is the most recent and still shows signs of activity, in the form of fumaroles. Between the Kibo and the Mawenzi there is a platform of about 3600 ha, called "the saddle", which forms the largest tundra area in Africa.

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