advertisements (5) Animals (24) Architecture (42) Art (12) car (5) events (29) Facts (48) Fashion (10) Food (4) Foods (2) Funny (32) Gadgets (24) Medicine (7) objects (61) People (62) Places (69) Strange (63) Tattoo (10) Tech (56)

Thursday, April 22, 2010

World's Most Exotic Pets

An exotic pet is a rare or unusual animal pet, or an animal kept as a pet which is not commonly thought of as a pet.Monkeys, Lions and Chimpanzees are animals we often see in the wild or on the Discovery Channel. The following are some exotic albeit expensive pets that can be legally bought. These animals, however do come with a heavy price tag and that is not including the upkeep.



13. Bengal Cat
Price Tag: $800-$3,000
The Bengal Cat is bred by mating a domestic black shorthaired cat with an Asian Leopard cat. As with many hybrids the goal is to create a domestic cat in size and demeanor with the exotic Asian Leopard Cat appearance and coloring. As with most hybrid cats, the breed becomes more and more domesticated with each successive generation, therefore the ideal domesticated breed would be at least three to five generations removed from the original breed.(Link)

12. Snow Macaque
Price Tag: $3,500
The Snow Macaque is considered a threatened species as we continue to encroach on more and more of the animal's habitat. Due to this fact, coveted licenses and special permits are mandated to own this very rare animal. The Snow Macaque is a smaller primate with a lifespan of over 25 years with the distinguishing feature of a hairless red face.(Link)

11. Squirrel Monkey
Price Tag: $4,000
This primate is about the size of a squirrel thus it's name. Generally the squirrel monkey does not get any bigger than 2 pounds and is considered a very social, affectionate and peaceful animal. These complacent characteristics make the animal a highly desired pet, however as with most of these animals, many states do not allow them to be privately owned.(Link)

10. Chinese Crested Hairless Puppies
Price Tag: $4,000-$5,000
These dogs weigh about 5 to 12 lbs and are very vivacious, alert and friendly animals. Considered to be one of the rarest dogs, these dogs are prone to sunburning on a hot and clear day. The dogs first originated in Africa and the animals is most often found to be a very pleasant companion that lives for over 10 to 12 years.(Link)

9. Savannah Cat
Price Tag: $4,000-$10,000
Bred in a similar process to the Bengal Cat, the Savannah Cat is bred by mating the African Serval with a smaller domestic cat. The Savannah inherently has a much more difficult breeding process, because an African Serval is 40lbs and undomesticated and breeding it with a domestic house cat is problematic. Concurrently, the gestation periods between the two animals are different. Due to these factors, the Savannah is a more expensive and rare breed of cat.

8. Mona Guenon
Price Tag: $6,000

The Mona Guenon's natural habitat is within the Western African tropical forests, however this animal is capable of adapting to any forest environment. Therefore, despite special permits and licenses to own this animal, it is not considered an endangered specie.

7. Debrazzas Monkey
Price Tag: $10,000
The DeBrazza's Monkey is easily recognized by its white beard and yellowish gray fur. The animal will generally live for about 22 years. Though many people do shell out the hefty price for this primate, they become disappointed when the docile and tender babies grow to become unpredictable and hostile adults.(Link)

6. Striped Ball Python
Price Tag: $10,000
Master Python Breeder, Bob Clark states that he has an exclusive on this genetic striped ball python. The prominent stripe is what makes this animal very unique. More clearly, the striped ball showcases a yellow dorsal stripe with a a black border, clearly differentiating them from any other snake.

5. Hyacinth Macaw
Price Tag: $6,500-12,000
Macaws overall are very expensive. The Hyacinth Macaw exhibiting beautifully vibrant coloring, generally commands $20,000 a pair. Physically these birds are about 40 inches long and have a bright blue coloring. Their wing span is about four feet and these birds make popular pets despite their expensive price tag.

4. Reticulated Albino Type II Tiger Python
Price Tag: $15,000
Master Python Breeder, Bob Clark's Reticulated Albino Type II Tiger Pythons sell for $15,000 each. An extremely rare breed, these pythons showcase a co-dominant tiger pattern, making them extremely popular in the snake world.(Link)

3. Lavender Albino Python Female
Price Tag: $20,000

This red-eyed snake is lavender in color, under a vibrant yellow pattern. Also available from python breeder Bob Clark, the rarity has fueled demand.(Link)

2. Chimpanzee
Price Tag: $60,000-$65,000
Chimpanzees are highly intelligent primates and are closely related to humans. Chimpanzees weigh about 115 lbs and the male is slightly larger than the female. The natural habitat of the Chimpanzee is within central Africa and western Africa. Though an endangered specie, Chimps are legal pets in some states.(Link)

1. White Lion Cubs
Price Tag: $138,000
The very rare White Lion is because of a a recessive gene and the animals are not considered to be albino. The White Lion's eye color is similar to the regular lion, however the coat pigmentation and skin are not. Due to its price, demand, upkeep and scarcity, the White Lion remains one of the most difficult animals in the world to obtain.(Link)

8 comments:

Ryan said...

Those hairless pups are the ugliest things I've ever seen, Love the white lion cubs although they are a tad out of my price range.

riyan said...

hahha.. yeah thats right.its included in this list because of its price..made in china lol

Anonymous said...

the picture purportedly of a mona guenon is actually a mandrill. drills and guenons are different genuses of old world monkeys and look nothing alike

Anonymous said...

What sick fucking weirdo wants to own these things. Son, I am dissapoint.

Anonymous said...

Yo, a CHIMP? Dat my litell brothel so if u git 60 Grand fer him dunt ferget r shair!

Rusty said...

The picture you have of a bengal is a leopard cub, not even an asian leopard cat. I've got a bengal sitting on my lap right now and he looks nothing like that picture and most original crosses actually occurred with oriental shorthairs, the fully coloured version of the siamese breed. Also your picture of a savannah is just a pure serval. As for the chinese crested, how is that an exotic pet? Hairlessness in dogs occurs in a few other breeds too like the mexican and peruvian hairless dogs. They're still just dogs and you can get puppies with a full coat in the same litter as those with no hair. In the chinese crested these are known as puffballs. So yeah, not really what i'd class as a rare exotic pet in the same league as a white lion. The main problem with them as pets is that they're so inbred in captivity to achieve the colouring. I can also tell you for a fact that bengals are a quite a bit cheaper than you're stating, at least to own as a pet, and chinese crested puppies are nowhere near the price you've got i don't know where you even got that from you can get a pedigree puppy for a few hundred pounds.

Exotic pets said...

Chinese Crested Hairless Puppies I would use this one to scare my neighbors...:)

Anonymous said...

That 'bengal cat' is a jaguar cub...

Post a Comment

Related Posts with Thumbnails