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[Answer] Who discovered the source of the Nile River?

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Who discovered the source of the Nile River?

  • John Hanning Speke:The source of the Nile River was a long-standing mystery that John Hanning Speke solved in July of 1862. After following a rambling course to and through the Great Lakes area of eastern Africa, Speke found that the Nile rose from Lake Victoria. His discovery was the culmination of several centuries of speculation, rumor, and curiosity. Further study and exploration in the century following Speke's discovery expanded our understanding of the Nile, specifically that it isn't a single flowing river but actually a source of draining for the Great Rift Zone region deep into the heart of the African continent. Source:

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