The front of the Bill pictures Polar Bears. The following is printed on the front, THIS POLAR BEAR BILL HONORS THE LARGEST CARNIVOROUS LAND MAMMAL, THIS NOTE SERVES TO RECOGNIZE THE POLAR BEAR AND THE IMPACT CLIMATE CHANGE HAS ON THEIR HABITAT. CARNIVOROUS, VULNERABLE. Ursus Maritimus - Scientific Name.
The back of the Bills picture a Polar Bear and Cubs, with Polar Bear Facts - They live mostly in the Arctic Circle. They eat primarily seal, which they can smell up to a mile away and three feet under the ice. They frequently use still hunting, in which they wait next to open water for a seal to come near them. Polar bear cubs are born between November & February each year. At birth, they are blind and weigh less than two pounds.
Some of the text on the Bill is in small print, so you may need a magnifying glass to read all the information.
The Bills are the same size as real American dollars and have quality printing on quality paper. They look great framed.