How Mauna Kea is Actually 3000 ft Bigger Than Everest

Mount Everest may be the tallest mountain above sea level, but when it comes to the tallest mountain on earth, that honor goes to Mauna Kea. Above the sea, Mauna Kea only stands 13,796 feet in height. But when you follow the mountain to its base at the bottom of the Pacific, it's 32,808 feet — more than 3,000 feet taller than Everest.

How Mauna Kea is Actually 3000 ft Bigger Than Everest

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