Algeria 2-DINARS (KM130)


Camels are very intelligent and have incredible endurance and patience. They can go up to two months without food, and two weeks without water by using the vast sustenance stored in their humps. The single-humped camel is the Dromedary camel of the desert. The only other true species of camel is the two-humped Bactrian Camel, which is found in colder climates of Asia.

This coin was minted from 1992 to 2011, but due to inflation all prices are rounded to the nearest 5 dinars, making the 5-dinar coin the smallest circulating denomination.

22.5 mm
Stainless Steel
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