Dufuna canoe is an 8500 year old canoe discovered by a Fulani herdsman in Nigeria in 1987, near the village of Dufuna in the Fune Local Government Area, not far from the Komadugu Gana River. It is the oldest boat to be discovered in Africa, and the second oldest known worldwide.
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