The Argentina 20 Peso banknote is part of the family of notes issued in 2017 featuring Argentinas fauna and their home. This particular banknote comes in uncirculated condition and is TAP authenticated. The vertical obverse of the note features a guanaco which is also known as Lama guanicoe. Flowers are also visible as well as a silhouette of a kneeling guanaco with a latent image RA. The note also bears a flower petal as its registration device. The reverse side of the banknote highlights a lake and clouds over the Patagonian steppe. A map showing the Argentine Sea, Antarctica, and South Atlantic Islands is also visible. Furthermore, the reverse side bears a baby guanaco, a flower petal, a compass rose, and the emblem of Argentina. The banknote has a color-shifting windowed security thread with a demetallized 20 BCRA. It is 155 x 65 mm in size and has a watermark consisting of a guanaco and an electrotype 20.