The British left, the crocodiles stayed.

Gambia is a small country located in West Africa. It is bordered by Senegal to the north, south, and west, and has a small coastline on the Atlantic Ocean in the east. The country is a former British colony and is now independent The official language is English, but many people also speak French and various African languages. The capital city is Banjul.

Gambia is a popular tourist destination for its beautiful beaches, friendly people, and interesting culture. The country is also known for its wildlife, including elephants, monkeys, and crocodiles.

The food in Gambia is a mix of African, European, and Arab influences. Rice is a staple, and dishes are often cooked with tomatoes, onions, and chili peppers. Seafood is also popular, as Gambia is located on the coast. Some popular dishes include chicken yassa (chicken cooked with onions and lemon juice), domoda (a peanut stew), and thieboudienne (a fish and rice dish).

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