Natural Cuba is the first publication to extensively document the natural history of the Caribbean’s largest, most diverse tropical island and archipelago.
Cuba’s remarkable number of endemic species including the world’s smallest bird, the bee hummingbird; minute frogs and boas; magnificent painted land snails; rare butterflies and orchids contribute to the importance and beauty of Cuba and her rich fauna and flora depicted here.
Author: Alfonso Silva Lee - Cuban Biologist
Prologue: Giraldo Alayón García - President, Cuban Zoological Society
192 pages, 112 photographs, 4 illustrations, 2 maps, index and scientific names.
First Edition 1997; ISBN 0-9630180-2-7 (Casebound) / ISBN 0-9630180-0-0 (Softcover)
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