just high altitudes
One difference n the life style of people living in high altitudes instead of low altitudes is weight. People living in high altitudes are typically not over weight. They also have less heart disease
Jet airplanes fly at high altitudes because it is more fuel efficient. Flying at higher altitudes uses less fuel than flying at lower altitudes.
Your ears will pop at high altitudes because of changes in pressure. As you reach higher altitudes the pressure drops and the changes cause "pops" in your ears.
Cirrocumulus cloud is a clous that often appears at high altitudes.
It is greater at a lower altitude.
The air gets colder at high altitudes. Sunlight warms the ground, and high altitudes are farther from that warmth.
Heat is only energy. In areas of low pressure, such as high altitudes, "heat" particles, which are charged electrons, escape more quickly. As more "heat" (electrons) escapes more quickly, things freeze more quickly. As far as I know melting and boiling points are higher, not lower in high altitudes.
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At higher altitudes the atmospheric pressure is less when compared to that of plains. The lower atmospheric pressure results in lower boiling point of water at high altitudes.
High altitudes do cause drowsiness because there is less oxygen in the air, so you can't breathe normally.
Snakes can not survive at high altitudes because they have never experienced that before. they will be harmless and one can play with them.
Hail is water droplets that have been supercooled and then forced into higher altitudes by high winds. They freeze there and fall as hail before melting back into rain.
yes it can
at high altitudes! :)
With a parachute
cumulonimbus clouds are at low, medium, and high altitudes while others are imbetween such as fog which is at the bottom of the low altitude.
No, though higher altitudes will be at the freezing point more often.
No, the boiling point decrease at high altitudes.
The word freeze is both a verb and a noun; for example:Verb: We make enough to serve one meal and freezeanother.Noun: They're expecting a freeze in the higher altitudes.Noun: There's a hiring freeze until the end of the year.