The vibrantly colored mollusks known as painted snails are among the island's most beautiful invertebrates.
The Cuban solenodon was once thought to be extinct, but this venomous mammal can still be found by night in some of the island's forests.
For World Wetlands Day, find out how Museum researchers are helping to ensure the survival of Cuban crocodiles in Cuba's Zapata Swamp.
Evolving on an island can make animals very large, or very little. Cuba is home to some amazing examples of the "island rule."