|Native to||Mauritius, Seychelles|
|3,000 (date missing)|
Chagossian Creole (also Kreol Ilois or just Ilois) is a French-based Creole spoken by the 3,000 or so Chagossians, the former inhabitants of the Chagos Archipelago. It is currently spoken mainly in Mauritius and the Seychelles. There is also a small minority community speaking the language in the United Kingdom.
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