Saturday, May 27, 2017

¡Cuba! (-8/13) / キューバ!

Name: ¡Cuba!
Website: click here
Date: through Sunday, August 13, 2017
Place: American Museum of Natural History
Museum Details: click here
image link: click here


~ Cuba's Caves~

A Cuban flower bat emerging from Cueva de los Majaes

~ Humboldt National Park ~

Cuban tree frogs can be found in a wide range of colors, from various shades of green and brown to nearly white


Cuban polymitas are a group of “painted land snails” known for their brightly colored shells

~ Cuba's Coral Reefs ~

Elkhorn corals are among the many species thriving in Cuba's reefs

~ Zapata Wetlands ~

Both the Cuban trogon (left) and Cuban tody (right) are endemic to the island nation. The trogon is also the country's national bird
they are so pretty and beautiful!! I'd love to see them with my own eyes...

キューバキヌバネドリ (左)
キューバコビトドリ (右)

Cuban crocodiles are threatened by habitat loss and interbreeding with American crocodiles

~ Cuban Avenue ~

Colorful colonnades line a street in Havana

~ Cuban Art ~

Promotional poster for the play Dos Viejos Pánicos (left);
“Thinking about Cuba”, a state-sponsored initiative inviting artists to share their feelings through their work (right)

Advertisement for the Havana World Music Festival (left);
"Thinking About Cuba" initiative, evoking the challenges confronting Cuba (right)

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