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Gambia November 2013

Another exciting tour of this tiny West African Country, but its lack of size is more than compensated for by its huge biodiversity. There are few countries in the world where you can rack up a list of 200 species in just a few days. A trip inland, following the course of the mighty River Gambia is a must, it will add another 100-125 species to your list and let you peek into the real Gambia..........

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