Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania is among the tallest natural resources in Africa.
Mount Kilimanjaro’s tallest glaciers are the only ones in Africa.
The mountain contributes about $50 Million annual revenue in the country with activities around Tanzania heritage.
Glaciers on Mount Kilimanjaro’s highest peak of Kibo, is 40 meters thick.
The glaciers survived a 300-year drought 4,200 years ago.
However, there is a general fear that the glaciers on Tanzania’s Mount Kilimanjaro may vanish in years to come due to global warming.