Trinidad Tobago

IBNS Banknote Of The Year 2014 - Trinidad Tobago 50 Dollar Polymer

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Trinidad & Tobago #36d 1 Dollar (1985) - RM8.00

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The Scarlet Ibis is a species of ibis (long legged wadding birds) that inhabits Trinidad and Tobago. It is the national bird of Trinidad. Adults are 56–61 cm long and weigh 650g. They are completely scarlet, except for black wing-tips.Wikipedia
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Trinidad & Tobago #42 5 Dollars (2002) - RM14.00

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BIrd Blue-crowned Motmot is a colourful near-passerine bird found in Trinidad and Tobago. Motmot is 38–48 cm long, depending on race, weighs about 145g, tail is very long with a bare-shafted racket tip.Wikipedia
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Trinidad & Tobago - New Polymer $50 - Not For Sale - Information Only

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Brief profile

UN member state || Location: Southern Caribbean, northeast of Venezuela, south of Grenada in the Lesser Antilles, maritime borders with Barbados, Guyana || Capital: Port of Spain || Official Languages: English || Area: 5,128 sq.km || Population: 1.305 million || GDP per capita $18,300 || Currency: Dollar (TTD)