What mountains formed after the collision of the Indo-Australian plate with the Eurasian plate?

The Eurasian and Indo-Australian lithospheric plates are among the largest on the planet. Several million years ago, these plates collided to form the planet’s highest mountains, the Himalayas. Due to the huge mass of the plates, their collision was especially powerful, and this is evidenced by the fact that only here, on the whole land, the rocks rose to more than eight thousand meters above sea level. These mountains now play a huge role in the distribution of moisture and heat throughout Asia.

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