Image of the Day: Canada's glow-in-the-dark dinosaur quarter

After a recent decision to get rid of the penny altogether, the Royal Canadian Mint has introduced a new coin. Did we mention that it glows in the dark?

Yep, that's right. In light, this odd collectible depicts a 26-foot, 4-ton Pachyrhinosaurus lakustai discovered in 1972 in northern Alberta. And when the lights are off, the dinosaur's skeleton glows. You can get one on sale starting April 16 for $29.95.

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Via Huffington Post

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