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In the story Into Thin Air and during the avalanche, Climbers learn the importance of never underestimating the unknown when they were unprepared and when they continued to climb at night in a storm.
“Everest Wallpaper.” Wallpaper's Craft, wallpaperscraft.com/image/everest_2015_cross_creek_pictures_103027_3840x2160.jpg.
Granlund, Dave. “Nepal Earthquake.” Political Cartoons, www.politicalcartoons.com/cartoon/f123e916-d9f7-4753-aa73-4ea3c5cd6456.html.
“Hardcover Edition.” Into Thin Air, Wikimedia Foundation, en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Into_Thin_Air.
Massive Avalanche Caused by Nepal Earthquake Destroyed Everest Base Camp. www.msnbc.com/jose-diaz-balart/watch/first-look-at-destruction-on-mount-everest-436288579946.
Narula, Svati Kirsten. “A Year after the Nepal Earthquake, Climbers Are Back to Business on Mount Everest.” Quartz, Quartz, 25 Apr. 2016, qz.com/665929/a-year-after-the-nepal-earthquake-climbers-are-back-to-business-on-mount-everest/.
POPPLEWELL, BRETT. "The Apocalypse On Everest." Maclean's 128.18 (2015): 39. MainFile. Web. 11 Jan. 2017.
Thomson, Sylvia. “On Everest, Nepal Quake Still Resonates as Climbers Prepare for Slow Season.” CBCnews, CBC/Radio Canada, 27 Mar. 2016, www.cbc.ca/news/world/nepal-earthquake-canadian-climber-joe-raftis-describes-mount-everest-avalanche-1.3057214.
“Wreckage:” Daily Mail, 27 Apr. 2015, www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3057605/Incredible-shots-shows-devastation-caused-wave-snow-avalanche-smashed-Everest-Base-Camp-killing-18.html.