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What is a free standing mountain?


A free-standing mountain is a single peak, not part of a mountain range. A well-known example of a free-standing mountain is Mount Kilamanjaro. Free-standing mountains are generally formed by volcanic activity, as opposed to collision of tectonic plates, which typically forms mountain ranges.

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