In April, The Royal Canadian Mint recently unveiled a new quarter that features the image of the dinosaur, the Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai. That alone makes the coin sweet, but it gets better.
Photo: Heads or bones? Invisible during the day, the Pachyrhinosaurus' skeleton glows in the dark.
(Credit: Royal Canadian Mint)
Story referenced from CNE>News>Crave, "Canada's newest coin glow in dark>" by Tim Hornyak
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