Here is the question :
WHICH COUNTRY’S CURRENCY IS WATERPROOF?
Here is the option for the question :
- United States
And, the answer for the the question is :
[STC00291] Made from a wax-like plastic substance called polymer, Australian bills are fully waterproof.
Although the United States continues to utilize cotton-linen paper for its banknotes, Australia was the first country in the world to employ polymer banknotes in 1988.
Since then, several other countries have followed suit.
Because of the polymer, Australian currency is not only resistant to filth and moisture, but it also has a longer lifespan than paper banknotes, which lowers both the expenses of production and the impact on the environment.
Because of the banknotes’ intricate designs, it is very difficult to produce a fake version of them.
When you move the $5 Australian banknote, for example, a visual effect causes the native eastern spinebill bird of the continent to ‘fly’ over the bill.
This effect is only visible when you move the bill.