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These illustrations are from the Naturelle de l'ile de Cuba' (1838-1857), via the Biodiversity Heritage Library

Beautiful Colors of Cuba ♥ taken between 1998-2002 by Andrew Moore

This paradise is my homeland. Lord before I die let me place my feet on this beach, but only if Cuba is free. We have waited 53 years!!!

Glaucus radiatus. Hand-colored engraving. Source: Histoire physique, politique et naturelle de l’ile de Cuba / par M. Ramon de la Sagra. / Atlas, mollusca. Published: 1838-1857. Author: Ramon de la Sagra (1798-1871). Location: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, General Research Division, New York Public Library

Illustrations from 'Erpétologie Générale, ou, Histoire Naturelle Complète des Reptiles' by AMC Duméril & G Bibron, 1854.

Portrait of extinct Cuban Macaw (Ara tricolor). Range: Formerly Cuba; last recorded in 1864. Threat Summary: Trapped for wild bird trade and hunted for food. Do not let this happen to anymore parrots! Please!

Peacock. Our children used to pet our peafowl on their laps. They were so friendly, they would fall asleep under the girl's soft touch.

Iconographie des champignons de Paulet New York,H. Baillière; [etc., etc.],1855.

Calms Dictionnaire universel d'histoire naturelle. v. 3 1849 - Atlas (Zoologie-Botanique) Paris

n74_w1150 by BioDivLibrary on Flickr. Gemeinnüzzige Naturgeschichte des Thierreichs bd. 4 plates Berlin ;bei Gottlieb August Lange,1780-1789.

he great and small game of Europe, western northern Asia and America;. London,R. Ward, limited,1901.

Venus sea fan - Gorgonia flabellum by BioDivLibrary on Flickr. The naturalists’ miscellany :.London :Printed for Nodder co,