Glimpse of the Most Expensive Pets In The World

Some people are highly paid while some animals are highly expensive. They cost hundreds, thousands and nearly millions of dollars. They are rare, which means it could take long before you come across them, and if you do, maybe only by good luck. Here is a list of the most expensive pets in the world.


Most Expensive Pets In The World


Tibetan Mastiff – $582,000

expensive pets in the world


The Tibetan Mastiff is one of the most costly dogs and the average price of this particular breed runs to about $582,000. In addition to being very expensive, it is also one of the largest dog breeds worldwide. The largest of their breed has been reported to stand more than 32 inches tall, with a weight of over 150 lbs. These dogs come in varying colors, including black, brown, red and gray. They are extremely protective, with some having killed tigers before to safeguard their flock.


Hyacinth Macaw- $14,000


This Macaw is a native to central and eastern South America. It is the largest macaw and the largest flying parrot in the world. It has a very strong beak for eating their natural foods, which include the kernel of hard nuts and seeds. They are even able to crack coconuts, the large brazil nut pods and macadamia nuts with their strong beak.


White Lion Cubs -$138,000


This breed of lions were first spotted in 1938 and they were rare back then. The colour mutation was first seen among the lions of the Timbavati area and is responsible for the white fur and the light eyes of these animals. It is believed that the recessive genes in both the parents is responsible for the pristine white colour of the cubs.


Green Monkey – $16,000,000


The Green Monkey is actually a horse. This race horse was purchased by Demi O’Byrne at the Calder Race Course while it was still a 2-year old. With its descendants being Kentucky Derby champions, it only made sense that the auction winner had high hopes for the horse. Unfortunately, a race has never been won by this multi-million dollar animal.


Sir Lancelot Encore – $155,000


Sir Lancelot Encore is a result of a dog-cloning procedure. Edgar and Nina Otto, the Florida couple who owned the world-famous Lancelot, decided to clone his DNA after losing him in 2008 because of cancer. The result is Sir Lancelot Encore, who made them the winners of the Bio-arts auction that took place in San Francisco.


De Brazza’s Monkey – $10,000


De Brazza’s Monkeys, also commonly referred to as swamp monkeys, are found in the wetlands of Central Africa. These creatures got their name from the French explorer, Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza. They are very hard to locate because of their superior and innate hiding abilities. They have a life span of about 22 years.


Missy – $1,200,000


It is extremely expensive breed of cow in the world. This is because of its speed that makes it win several championships. She is of high quality as well as great standard especially in the farming industry.


Stag Beetle – $89,000


It is the most rare and strange species in the world which is 2-3 inches long. What makes them unique from other insects is that they have red blood mandibles and protruding antlers hanging on their black heads. The insect belongs to family of Lucanidae that consist of 1200 classes of insects.

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