Why is the Lyrebird on the 10 cent coin?

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The Superb Lyrebird on the Australian ten cent coin was designed by Stuart Devlin. The Lyrebird is only found in the southeastern states of Australia. Devlin featured endemic fauna on Australian coins. 
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