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The 20 Belizean dollar banknote is part of the 2003-2017 series of notes issued by the Central Bank of Belize. It has brown, chestnut, and orange colors. The note bears the date 1st January 2017, and the signature of Central Bank Governor Glenford Ysaguirre, Financial Secretary Joseph Waight, and Director Vanessa Retreage. Its obverse side contains English text, a jade head, a jaguar resting on a branch, schools of queen triggerfish and queen angelfish, the Belize arms, and a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II wearing Grand Duchess Vladimirs tiara and Queen Victorias golden jubilee necklace. Its reverse side depicts native animals: a keel-billed toucan, a Bairds tapir, a collared peccary, a fruit bat, a black howler monkey, a Tamanduas anteater, a honey bear, a tayra, a jaguar, and a white-tailed deer. Security features of the note include a windowed security thread with demetalized BELIZE, a Bairds tapir head registration device, and a watermark of the sleeping giant head and electrotype TWENTY. The note is 140 mm long and 70 mm wide. It was printed by De La Rue. This note is in uncirculated condition and TAP Authenticated by Banknote World experts.