Mount Humphrey Lloyd facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsMount Humphrey Lloyd
|Elevation||2,975 m (9,760 ft)|
|Location||Borchgrevink Coast, Victoria Land, Antarctica|
|Parent range||Admiralty Mountains, divide between the Towles Glacier and the Manhaul Glacier|
Mount Humphrey Lloyd is a conspicuous mountain, 2,975 metres (9,760 ft) high, which forms a substantial part of the divide between the heads of Towles Glacier and Manhaul Glacier, in the Admiralty Mountains of Victoria Land, Antarctica. It was discovered in 1841 by Sir James Clark Ross. He named this feature for the Rev. Dr. Humphrey Lloyd of Trinity College, Dublin, an active member of the British Association which promoted interest in magnetic and meteorological research in the Antarctic.
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