There are various animals depicted on 10c coins. It would depend on the country you are referring to.
On the NZ two dollar coin the animal is a white heron
An echidna is on the five cent coin.
In Australia the Lyre bird is on the 10c coin.
In a 2 dollar coin there are 20 10c coins in it
The Superb Lyrebird is on the Australian 10c coin because it is particularly unique to Australia.
Queen Elizabeth is featured on the two dollar coin and is mostly on nearly all coins.
Because Maoris are chasing a 10c coin
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The Superb Lyrebird is featured on the reverse of all Australian 10 cent coins from the first issue in 1966 to present. [It has an amazing ablity to mimic the sounds of other animals and even machinery.]
Because Maoris are chacing a 10c coin
A torch signifying Liberty, with an olive branch on the left signifying Peace, and an oak branch on the right, signifying Strength and Independence. Given that this question is in the "Australian birds" category, it is assumed that the question refers to an Australian 10c coin. On the back of the 10c coin is the unique Australian bird known as the Superb Lyrebird. It is known for its amazing ability to mimic a huge variety of sounds.