Top 11 Most Expensive Animals
Some people really loves animals, and they are ready to give some insane amount of money. Standard pets for people are dogs, or cats, but we are made list of some other animals that cost lots of money. Believe me or not, people do buy that animals. But, for then, money isn’t problem, they just loves animals. So here is the list of 11 Most expensive animals. Take a look and enjoy.
11. Bengal Cat – for $800-$3000
The Bengal is a relatively new hybrid breed of cat, which exhibits the “wild” markings (such as large spots, rosettes, and a light/white belly), and body structure reminiscent of the wild Asian Leopard Cat
The Bengal cat has a desirable “wild” appearance with a gentle domestic cat temperament, provided it is separated by at least three generations from the original crossing between a domestic feline and an Asian Leopard Cat. So, they are probably expensive because of their look.
10. Japanese Macaques for $3500
The Japanese Macaque also known as the Snow Monkey, is a terrestrial Old World monkey species native to Japan, although an introduced free-ranging population has been living near Laredo, Texas since 1972.
It is the most northern-living as well as the most polar-living non-human primate. In Japan, they were historically known as saru is used in modern times to distinguish from other primates.
9. Squirrel Monkey for $4000
The squirrel monkeys are the New World monkeys of the genus Saimiri. They are the only genus in the subfamily Saimirinae.
Squirrel monkeys live in the tropical forests of Central and South America in the canopy layer. Most species have para- or allopatric ranges in the Amazon, while S. oerstedii is found disjunctly in Costa Rica and Panama.
8. Chinese Crested Hairless Puppies for $4000-$5000
The Chinese Crested Dog is a smaller hairless breed of dog. Like most hairless dog breeds, the Chinese Crested comes in two varieties, both with and without fur, which are born in the same litter: the Hairless and the Powderpuff.
7. Savannah Cat for $4000-$10.000
The Savannah is a hybrid domestic cat breed. It is a cross between the serval and a domestic cat.Savannahs are considered one of the larger breeds of domesticated cats. The savannah’s tall and slim build gives the appearance of greater size than their actual weight
6. Mona Guenon for $6000
Campbell’s Mona Monkey, also known as Campbell’s Guenon and Campbell’s Monkey, is a species of primate in the Cercopithecidae family. It is found in Ivory Coast, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Senegal, and Sierra Leone
5. DeBrazzas Monkey for $7000
De Brazza’s Monkey is an Old World monkey that gets its name from French explorer Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza. Locally known as swamp monkeys, they are often found in wetlands in central Africa. It is very hard to find due to its good hiding abilities, and so there is not an accurate species count.
4. Hyacinth Macaw for $6500-$12.000
Native to central and eastern South America, the Hyacinth Macaw, or Hyacinthine Macaw, is the largest macaw and the largest flying parrot species in the world, though the flightless Kakapo of New Zealand can outweigh it at up to 3.5 kg. In terms of length it is larger than any other species of parrot. While generally easily recognized, it can be confused with the far rarer Lear’s Macaw. Their popularity as pets has taken a heavy toll on their population in the wild.
3. Tiger Python for $15.000
Python molurus is a large non-venomous python species found in many tropic and subtropic areas of Southern- and Souteast Asia. It is known by the common names Indian python,black-tailed python, and Indian rock python. Two subspecies are currently recognized: the nominat subspecies and the Burmese Python.The nominate subspecies mainly described here is limited to Southern Asia, is generally lighter colored than the Burmese Python and reaches usually 3 metres (9.8 ft)
2. Chimpanzee for $60.000-$65.000
Chimpanzee, sometimes colloquially chimp, is the common name for the two extant species of ape in the genus Pan. The Congo River forms the boundary between the native habitat of the two species
1. White Lion $138.000
The white lion is occasionally found in wildlife reserves in South Africa and is a rare color mutation of the Kruger subspecies of lion. It has been perpetuated by selective breeding in zoos around the world. White lions are not a separate subspecies and they have never been common in the wild. Regarded as divine by locals, white lions first came to public attention in the 1970s in Chris McBride’s book The White Lions of Timbavati. The greatest population of white lions are in zoos where they are deliberately bred for color. The population of the white lion is unknown but the most recent count was in 2004 and 30 were alive.