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This 7 year old boy scaled Africa's highest peak Mt Kilimanjaro

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This 7 year old boy scaled Africa's highest peak Mt Kilimanjaro

This 7 year old boy scaled Africa's highest peak Mt Kilimanjaro

Hyderabad, Apr 15 (ANI): We have met parents who could probably surround a wall around their child to protect them from danger, and then there are parents who believe you learn when you fall.

Meet Samanyu Pothuraju, who along with his coach along with his coach, unfurled the Tricolour at a height of 5,895 m above the sea level on April 2.Samanyu Pothuraju, mountaineer speaking with ANI said "I real felt happy after trekking Mount Kilimanjaro.

I like snow a lot and that is the reason I went to Mt.Kilimanjaro.

It was raining in-between and there were rocks in between my way, I was very tired but I went on to see the snow.

Pawan Kalyan is my favourite hero, my mom promised me that she will make me to meet him if I try the world record, now am eagerly waiting to meet him.

I will go to Australia peak in next month ending and want to make record.

Am studying in 3rd class and computer is my favourite subject, I will never neglect my studies because of this."

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