The haunting final image of a doomed group of international climbers who died on the second highest mountain in India was released by the authorities on Monday.
The clip of the Indian-Tibetan Border Police, published on Twitter, shows the group of eight climbers, including four British, two Americans, one Australian and one Indian liaison officer, rising in clear weather.
All eight of the mountaineers died after disappearing on May 26 on Nanda Devi East, a notoriously dangerous mountain in the Himalayas.
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Nanda Devi East is a twin summit of Nanda Devi, India's second highest mountain, and the two are connected by a razor-sharp 1.2-mile ridge at an altitude of 22,000 feet.
The clip posted on Twitter runs for almost two minutes and was found on a GoPro camera found in the snow at a height of 19,000 feet near where the bodies were found in June.
"The GoPro was like the black box of a plane that gave a glimpse into the climbers' last moments," ITBP Deputy Inspector General APS Nambadia told Sky News. "It was fascinating for us to see the footage."
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