By Darshan Kumar,The Times of Indian A lot of people think that if you go to a resort where the temperature is below 40 degrees Celsius you are dead.
But the reality is not as bad as it looks.
The world’s highest mountain range is the Mweelera mountain range in the western Indian state of Odisha.
The peak of Mweela is located in the eastern part of the state.
The region is known for its pristine mountain ecosystems and for its beautiful, lush grasslands.
But the Mpweeleri mountain range has also been affected by climate change.
There are fears that the region could lose a quarter of its rain-fed crops in the next 20 years.
The temperature of the Mmweeli peak has been dropping in recent years.
In April, the temperature was -11.7 degrees Celsius.
The region was also affected by extreme rainfall in the last 10 years.
The rain caused landslides and led to several deaths.
In the past, the Mlweli valley was also a popular destination for the tourists who come to the area.
But this year, the resort is planning to shut down and the entire area will be completely inaccessible.
The Mweeli mountain range also hosts some of the largest lakes in the world.
Lake Lake Mweelo in the Mwanga area of Mwangia National Park, South Africa.
The Mweli Valley has been experiencing a decline in its rainfall for a long time.
The peak area of the mountain is now only 7,000 feet above sea level.
Source: Mwangai National Park and ReserveDepartment of Environment, Forests and Climate ChangeThe resort said the Mfweeli resort would continue to operate for tourists in the area, but that all visitors will have to stay inside the resort or park.
The ministry said the resort will have no further visitor or animal camping, and that there will be no further access to the mountain range.
It said that the resort was in discussions with local people to develop a park for tourism.