(Horrell) The riddle of Snow Lake and the glacier with no outlet

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When Bill Tilman travelled to the Pakistan Karakoram in 1937, he hoped to solve two unexplained geographical riddles: the existence of an icecap in Central Asia, and a glacier without any river outlet. He relished the opportunity to prove the scientists wrong. Continue on Mark Horrell

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