Even as President-elect Donald Trump threatens to reverse the Obama administration’s recent moves to thaw ties with Cuba after decades of frozen trade, travel and diplomatic relations, scientific collaboration is quietly steaming ahead—and many Americans are about to get their first glimpses of some of the spectacular flora and fauna that can be found nowhere else but on the giant Caribbean island. Days ago the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York City opened ¡Cuba!, a nine-month bilingual exhibition starring specimens including the Cuban boa, Cuban false chameleon, Anolis lizard and Cuban tree frog.  See more at …Cuba’s Biodiversity Emerges from the Shadows