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The Fiji 10 Dollar banknote is part of the family of notes issued in 2013 which highlights flora and wildlife of Fiji. This uncut sheet in uncirculated condition comes with 20 pieces of Fiji 10 Dollar banknote arranged in 4 x 5. The front depicts a red-throated lorikeet bird or a kulawai sitting on a branch. It also bears the Coat of Arms of Fiji and a Kato ni Masima salt basket. On the reverse of the banknote is a Fijian crested iguana called Brachylophus vitiensis. A balaka palm tree, a masiratu flower which is known as Degerenia vitiensis, and the bank seal are also visible on the reverse. A domodomo which is a canoe masthead is shown as the banknotes registration device. The 136 x 67 mm polymer banknote has a shadow image of a Fijian head.