The reverse of the 100 trillion Zimbabwe banknote features Victoria falls and a cape buffalo. Victoria Falls, or known by the locals as the Smoke that Thunders, was named in honor of Queen Victoria by David Livingstone in the mid-1800’s.
On certain months, the river’s current becomes low enough that visitors can swim near the edge on what has been dubbed “the Devil’s Pool”.
The cape buffalo is an African bovine that can reach a length of 10 feet, height of 5 feet and weigh almost a ton! The cape buffalo is infamous for attacking hunters and reports claim that they kill or injure more hunters than any other animal in Africa.