Cienfuegos, biodiversity in the plain

Cienfuegos, biodiversity in the plain
Cienfuegos, biodiversity in the plain

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Cienfuegos, like all the provincial capitals in Cuba, has its own biodiversity, but this becomes very unique in the Beautiful City of the Sea, precisely because of the setting of the not for nothing called Pearl of Cuba in Jagua Bay, aquarium with emerald waters and full of legends related to the local biota.

We Cienfuegos live with a great variety of insects (mosquitoes, gnats, wasps, bees, butterflies, ants, crickets, cicadas, flies, grasshoppers, cocuyos…), plants (palms, ocuje, poplar, flamboyanes, majagua, casuarina, pine, soplillo , ceiba, cedar, carob, mangoes, avocado trees…; plus all types of ornamentals) and animals (vertebrates or not) such as horses, dogs, cats, pigs, goats, sheep, ferrets, chickens, brown pelicans, corúas, seagulls, zunzunes, tiñosa auras, migratory birds, sardines, crabs, moray eels, sea urchins, shrimp, snook, picúas, clarias…

Because it is habitual, everyday life is still beautiful and important. This photo report constitutes a tiny sample of what surrounds us and complements our daily lives.

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