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10. Chinese Crested Dog – $5,000
Chinese Crested dogs are tiny in size but command gigantic sums in the pet market. These animals weigh about 10 pounds and are largely hairless except for a little hair around their face and paws. A famous member of this breed was a dog named Sam who was the winner of the World’s Ugliest Dog Competition from 2003-2005.
9. Savannah Cats – $4,000-$10,000
Savannah cats are a hybrid between the African serval and a domestic cat. They are known for their beautiful color and bright spots. Compared to other cat breeds, the Savannah is more loyal and social. In fact, their smarts, loyalty, and ability to do tricks remind one of a dog, but in stunning feline shape.
8. De Brazza’s Monkey – $10,000
Monkeys are not a traditional pet, and even if you opt for one you should be ready to spend big bucks on his grooming. For instance, the world’s most expensive monkey, which is the De Brazza’s, costs a whopping $10,000. This species is native to Central Africa but you would not be able to buy one for your home as most states have a ban on raising them as pets.
7. Lavender Albino Ball Python – $40,000
The Lavender Albino Ball python stands out for its attractive and unique features. It is renowned for its yellow spots on a lavender backdrop. In addition, its stunning color palate is enhanced by its piercing red eyes. This python is native to Africa and at one point held the record for the most expensive pet in the world. The snake is rare and a sought after collector’s item because its color mutation is a recessive genetic trait.
6. Rare Stag Beetle – $89,000
The stag beetle is a surprise addition to this list of most expensive pets in the world. It finds a place because a rare insect of this type was sold for $89k by a Japanese breeder.
There are more than 1,200 species of stag beetles in the world. However, their survival has become endangered because of loss of habitat. This is because these insects prefer to live in damp areas with plenty of rotting wood and leaves. But humans clear such areas for logging, farming, or building houses. The male stag beetle can be easily recognized by its big jaw. The females are harder to spot. An attractive species of this insect is the rainbow stag beetle which is very colorful. The stag beetle helps humans by clearing gardens and forests of rotting wood, fruits, and leaves.
5. Tibetan Mastiff – $582,000
Tibetan Mastiff is one of the largest dog breeds and is known for its ferocity. Originally, they were trained to work as guard dogs for monasteries and livestock. This breed is rare and can fetch a good amount. In fact, a Tibetan Mastiff was sold for an astronomical $582k in 2011.
The Tibetan Mastiff is a heavy and powerful, but athletic animal. It is built to combine agility and strength. The dog has an impressive appearance with a kind expression at most times.
4. Ponoka Morsan Farm Cows – $1.2 million
A farm in Canada named Morsan breeds some of the most expensive cows in the world. These cows live well and are housed in a climate-controlled building. They are fed on a mixture of Fermenten, minerals, barley silage, alfalfa silage, alfalfa hay, soybean meal, cottonseed, beet pulp, corn distillers, sodium bicarbonate, Megalac, corn gluten meal, ground corn, and barley grain. No wonder, a Morsan cow named Missy fetched a whopping $1.2 million in 2009.
3. Pacific Bluefin Tuna: $1.8 million
Tuna numbers are declining all over the world and for this reason fish lovers are willing to pay high prices for a good Bluefin. In 2013, the Pacific Bluefin tuna became the most expensive fish in the world when it was sold for $1.8 million in a Japanese market. The tuna was priced at $8k per kilo. The Pacific Bluefin is a big breed that can weigh up to 550 kilograms. They cross the Pacific Ocean for feeding and breeding.
2. Really Fast Pigeons – $6 million
A Belgian breeder named Leo Heremans sold his stock of 530 pigeons for $6 million in 2013 to buyers from different countries. Among them was a fast racing pigeon named Bolt after the champion Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt. The pigeon Bolt fetched an amazing $400k. Heremans was forced to sell his stock after he developed a virus from spending time with the birds.
1. Kentucky Derby Bred Horse – $16 million
The title of most expensive pet goes to a race horse named The Green Monkey which was sold for $16 million in 2006. This colt was the descendant of two Kentucky Derby winners and recorded the fastest time among 154 horses at auctions that year. This accounts for its astronomical price. However ironically, The Green Monkey never raced in the Kentucky Derby and was retired two years later in 2008.
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