Everest to be cleaned up

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The world’s tallest mountain, Mount Everest, is to be cleaned up.

Mount Everest, is 8,848m above sea level but it is covered with mountains of rubbish.

Every year, hundreds of people attempt the climb, and leave behind them a trail of trash.

To stop this Nepal’s government says climbers on Mount Everest will have to bring back eight kilograms of rubbish as well as their own.

It is hoped that this process will clean up the world’s highest peak.

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