What river feeds the Dead Sea?

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Here is the option for the question :

  • Euphrates
  • Tigris
  • Jordan
  • Nile

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[STC00965] The Jordan River, which is also a well-known body of water, is the source of water for the world-famous Dead Sea, which is a salt lake located between Jordan and Israel at the lowest point on Earth. The sea receives practically all of the water that it needs from the river, which is 186 miles long and comes from the north. Perennial springs contribute a very little quantity of water to the river’s flow. Additionally, the Jordan River is the river in the world with the lowest elevation of any river. It flows southward from Mount Hermon, which is located between Lebanon and Syria, and connects the Sea of Galilee (also known as Lake Tiberias) to the Dead Sea. The Sea of Galilee is also known as Lake Tiberias. The Abrahamic religions — Jews, Muslims, and Christians — all consider the river sacred, with one of its main biblical events being the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist.