Surely such a question, most likely the response will be: in the Himalayas, and the name of the highest mountain - Chomolungma. However, the highest mountain on our planet is not on land, and at the bottom of the Pacific ocean. Its total height is 13 200 meters. It is called Mauna Kea, on the origin of this ancient underwater volcano, located in a deep oceanic trench. Most of it is hidden by the water, but above the surface of the ocean it rises at 4205 meters.