Wild fauna is scarce, but some interesting species like the Phyllonicteris poeyi, an endemic bat, can be found.
One of the most predominant zoological groups in Cuba is the class Amphibia. Among the amphibious, and more specifically among the Urodela, the Cuban tiny frog (Sminthillus limbatus), one of the tiniest in the world, stands out and can be seen in this territory.
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