Mount Everest grows a few millimeters taller every year.

Mount Everest, Earth’s tallest peak, experiences continuous growth, with the Indian plate’s northward movement against Asia. This tectonic collision not only elevates Everest annually but also symbolizes the ongoing geological processes sculpting our planet’s surface. In the distant future, Everest might stand at a staggering 34,000 feet, a testament to Earth’s ever-changing landscapes. What other marvels lie ahead in the geological saga of our planet?