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This Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar banknote from 2008 highlights the Chiremba Balancing rocks on the front design. The naturally balanced rocks is situated in Epworth in the south eastern part of the Harare province. Alongside the iconic rocks are stylized grains and cow in underprint and the Zimbabwe bird in OVI. The banknote's reverse side features a stunning view of Victoria falls and a cape buffalo. The security features of the note include a 3-mm gold-to-green OVI stripe with repeating RBZ. The RBZ strip and Zimbabwe Bird both printed in Iridescent ink changes from bronze to blue while the serial numbers change color from red to bright orange on the left and from black to green on the right under a UV light. The geometric triangle pattern on the front and reverse also changes from a peach color to bright yellow while the Fluorescent fibers that are scattered on both sides of the banknote would also turn bright green. This limited-edition replacement banknote is 148 x 74 mm in size with a 7-digit serial number and a 2-letter prefix that starts with ZA.