The cone-shaped peak, which is about as tall as Mt. McKinley (the tallest mountain in North America), has shiny sides that are composed of some kind of reflective material, possibly ice. The mountain pops out of a pretty flat region, and scientists aren’t sure how it got there.
I’m not sure how that is a “pyramid” but if that’s what they say, then I believe it. Very strange shiny surface, that is undeniable. They have now found pyramids everywhere, but half the time they just look like little bumps. I’m not that impressed.