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the video was released by India's Indo Tibetan border police , they found the footage on the memory device nineteen thousand feet up and then climb to peak may India's none to Debbie mountain , they've been searching the area it was some of the bodies have been recovered , the climbers were ported missing at the end of may after they failed to return to that base camp yeah none to Debbie India's second highest mountain four of them were British two were from the United States one was from Australia and one was from India , they targeted none to Debbie east a system down to defend them to Debbie peak that's over twenty five thousand feet high , seven bodies have been airlifted an eight thousand not yet been found , those mountains rank among the world's most challenging peaks and it being conquered by only a handful of people