What is Cuba?
What kinds of environments exist in Cuba?
What is biodiversity? Why is it so important, anyway?
Why is the biodiversity of Cuba so important?
What plants or animals live only in Cuba?
How does the biodiversity of Cuba differ from biodiversity around the world?
How are animals in Cuba different than those in the U.S.?
Can I see any of Cuba's animals at the zoo? Can I have one as a pet?
Are there any invasive species in Cuba?
How might Cuba's biodiversity change in the future?
map of Cuba, ©AMNH/Angelo Soto-Centeno. Humbolt scenery, AMNH/Christopher Raxworthy. Cuba Wet forest Lezumbalaberenjena/CC-BY-SA-3.0. grasslands,Martin Abbeglen//CC-BY-SA-3.0. wetland, Marjon Melissen/CC-BY-SA-3.0. mangrove tree, Bernard Radvaner/AGE Fotostock. elkhorn corals, NOAA. bacteria, AMNH/Exhibitions. fungi,Tony Wills/CC BY-SA 3.0. spoonbill, Shutterstock. Brassia Caudata Orchid, MAP/Arnaud Descat/AGE Fotostock. Eleutherodactylus iberia, AMNH/Christopher Raxworthy. Cuban land snail, Eladio Fernandez/NHPA/Photoshot. Cuban trogon, Glenn Bartley/AGE Fotostock. Cuban tody, Allan Hopkins. Bee Hummingbird, Ekaterina Chernetsova/CC-BY-SA-3.0. Cuban crocodile, Shutterstock. Hutia, Silvain de Munck/CC-BY-SA-3.0. bat cave, Glen Bylsma. Cuban flower bat, Merlin D. Tuttle/Science Source. Cuban solenodon, Gerardo Begué Quiala. Cuban knight anole, Kenny P./CC-BY-SA-3.0. Cuban rock Iguana, Sergey Karpov/Alamy. mongoose, Patrice Correia/Alamy. elkhorn coral with divers, John Brooks/National Park Service.