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The Gambia has a wet-and-dry tropical climate characterized by an intense rainy season occurring generally between June and October and by a longer dry season.

Near the coast the rainy season lasts longer, and the rainfall is heavier, diminishing eastward.

A number of settlements are located in the, the capital, and several large urban centres have developed in the vicinity.

Urban dwellers retain close ties to their rural relatives, and there is considerable interaction between rural and urban populations.

At The vegetation cover of The Gambia is savanna on the uplands, various kinds of inland swamp in the low-lying areas, and mangrove swamp along the brackish lower Gambia River.

Few wild animals are native to the region, and those that survive are under pressure from the human and domestic animal populations.

A pilot scheme was begun in the mid-1960s to introduce plantation techniques and the scarcity of suitable pasture and water have limited the size of herds.

The drought years of the 1970s and ’80s seriously damaged agricultural production, particularly upriver.

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A few towns are located upriver, but most Gambians live in rural villages.Birds and wildlife can be found in Bijilo Forest Park, along the Atlantic coast, the Abuko Nature Reserve, just upriver from Banjul, Kiang West National Park, farther inland, and River Gambia National Park (also known as Baboon Island National Park), near (from a Mande word meaning “beyond the swamp”), and the sandstone uplands.Most rural settlement is concentrated on the uplands, which have the best-drained soils.The country is known for the beaches along its small Atlantic coastline and for being home to Jufureh (Juffure), the reputed ancestral village of Kunta Kinte, the main character in is the country’s dominant feature.It flows across a plateau of Miocene-Pliocene sandstone consisting of compacted sediment composed predominantly of quartz grains formed from about 23.7 to 1.6 million years ago.The Gambia River holds hydroelectric potential, but there are no dams on the river within the country’s borders.