Endangered Animals - 13 World Most Expensive Extinct Animals

13. Bengal Cats
Price: $ 800 - $ 3,000
Bengal Cats - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Bengal Cats - Bengali cats is developed through the cross-breeding between the black-haired domestic cat with Asia leopard. The goal is to get the size and behavior of domestic cats, but the appearance and the color is like Asian leopard. Proper cat hybridization results, the more distant descendants, the more benign behavior. The ideal results is obtained after the third and fifth generations of descendants from the first. With this cat, you can pretend like Cleopatra stroke leopard :-) Aaum .. uh .. miaow!!

12. Snow Macaque
Price: $ 3,500

Snow Macaque - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Snow Macaque - These species are threatened with extinction as more and more people damaging their habitat. A very strict license applied to anyone who wants to have these animals. Snow Macaque is a primate (smaller than usual) with age range of more than 25 years, and has a characteristic red face cash and not overgrown with hair. Do not remind us of the human figure snow Yetti?

11. Squirrel Monkey
Price: $ 4,000

Squirrel Monkey - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Squirrel Monkey - Size makes squirrel called that. Generally, the squirrel monkey no more than 2 pounds (no more than 1 kg) and known to be very social, affectionate and calm. This character makes it very desirable, although some states forbid it. Well, cute!

10. Chinese Crested Hairless Puppies
Price: $4,000-$5,000

Chinese Crested Hairless Puppies - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Chinese Crested Hairless Puppies - This dog weighs 2 to 5.5 Kg. Very excited, alert, and friendly. Including the most rare, these dogs easily sunstroke. Originally from Africa. His life ranged from 10 to 12 years. And reportedly, during that time, this dog can be relied upon as a very good friend. You have to think twice to take her in broad daylight.

9. Savannah cat
Price: $4,000-$10,000

Savannah cat - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Savannah cat - Bred in a process similar to the Bengal cat, savannah cat is the result of crossbreeding between wild cats (serval) of Africa with a house cat. Savannah cat bred more difficult, given the African serval weighs 18 kg, wild, and marry the cat a smaller house is a separate problem. The pregnancy period between these 2 animals is also different. Therefore, savannah cat is more rare and expensive.

8. Mona Guenon
Price: $ 6,000

Mona Guenon - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Mona Guenon - Original habitat in the tropical forests of West Africa, although these animals can adapt to any forest conditions. Therefore, in addition to permits and special licenses to possess, this does not include animals in danger.

7. Monkey Debrazzas
Price: $ 10,000

Monkey Debrazzas - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Monkey Debrazzas - Monkey is easily identified by their distinctive white beard and gray hair. Up to 22 years old. The price is expensive to make only a few people who can have it. Many people are disappointed when the baby primate was tame and gentle turn into malignant and not predictable as adults. Well, like keeping terrorists baby! Be careful.

6. Striped Ball Python
Price: $ 10,000

Striped Ball Python - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Striped Ball Python - Master Python Breeder, Bob Clark stated that he has the very exclusive ball phyton-striped. The main lines that make this animal very unique. More clearly, this ball-striped yellow line shows the edge of the black color. Indeed, apart from other snakes. Perhaps the beauty of the colors will be more 'feel' when the snake is wrapped around you....

5. Hyacinth Macaw
Price: $ 6,500-12,000

Hyacinth Macaw - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Hyacinth Macaw - All Macaws are very expensive. Hyacinth Macaw displays beautiful colors so vibrant. The price could be $ 20,000 a pair. Physically, these birds of about 1 meter in length and has a bright blue color. Wings expand to 1.2 meters. These birds have become popular pets in addition to the expensive price.

4. Reticulated Albino Type II Tiger Python
Price: $ 15,000

Reticulated Albino Type II Tiger Python - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals

Reticulated Albino Type II Tiger Python
Bob Clark developed a rare species. These snakes for sale $ 15,000. Very rare. Dominance pattern that makes python tiger is very popular in the world of snakes.

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

Lavender Albino Python (Female - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Lavender Albino Python (Female) - Red-eyed snake is lavender in color behind the vibrant yellow. Provided also by Bob Clark. Rarity makes this snake demand is very high.

2. Chimpanzee
Harga : $60,000-$65,000

Chimpanzee - Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Chimpanzee - Chimpanzees are highly intelligent primates and most closely related to humans. It weighed about 52 kg, the male larger than females. Original habitat in Central Africa and West Africa. Though threatened with extinction, the animal still legalized in some states.

1. Son of the White Lion (White Lion Cubs)
Price: $ 138,000

Son of the White Lion (White Lion Cubs)- Endangered Animals - Extinct Animals
Son of the White Lion (White Lion Cubs) - This is the most expensive. White lion - like a fairy tale - a very rare because its genes are recessive, but it did not include an albino. Eye color is similar to lions in general, and skin pigment layer is not. Because the price is expensive, demand eminence, maintenance, and its rarity, white lions, including one of the animals in the world's most difficult to obtain.

Is This The Only One Pink Dolphin In The World?

Pink River Dolphin

Pink River Dolphin

Pink Dolphin

It is rarely to see a pink bottlenose dolphin circulating in a Louisiana lake. This mammals picture was taken by a local charter boat captain Erik Rue which is currently studying dolphins animals since it was first shown in Calcasieu Lake, a brackish water area located in the northern Gulf of Mexico, southwest U.S..
The Pink Dolphin lives in the Amazon Rainforest. It is usually found in the tributaries and main rivers of the Orinoco River systems in South America. This animal can stay summerged up to fifteen minutes in the rivers. Males sleep just below the surface and they come up to breathe as the reflex. The Pink Dolphin's body has adapted to the rivers of the Amazon.

The Pink Dolphin looks almost like the gray dolphin, but they have differences. It measures 2.5 to 3 meters long. Although males are generally larger. The color of its body is pale pink. Instead of having a dorsal fin like the gray dolphin, it has a hump on its back. The Pink Dolphin's tale is bigger and it has 2 flippers that look like big leaves. The Pink Dolphin's neck is kind of long and his head has a little hump in the forehead. His beak is long and has tiny hairs on top. This animal has tiny eyes. The Pink Dolphin can turn its head 180 degrees, all the way around since it has an unfused vertebrae. It weighs approximately 90 kilograms. The Pink Dolphin got its amazing pink color from the kind of water it lives in, and the kind of food it eats.

The Pink Dolphins eat a large quantity of food per day. They don't like to eat alone, therefore when they find a school of fish; they make a loud sound to call their pod. The pods or groups may dive below a school of fish and bring them to the surface. The kinds of fish they eat are crustaceans, catfish, and small fresh water fishes. During the night they hunt zooplankton. Almost all of the Pink Dolphin's adaptations help them find food.

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The Pink Dolphin does not have many adaptations. During the years it developed a long beak to get it's prey. Its small eyes are also an adaptation; it helps the animal see better in the water. Their flexible bodies help them swim faster and get more food. These dolphins can swim at a speed of up to 20 miles per hour. Some of the Pink Dolphin's adaptations can help him protect it self.

The Pink Dolphin does not have many enemies, so it has few ways to protect it self. One of the ways it protects it self is by staying with its pod or group. Another ways would be making squeaking sounds to call its pod. If a Pink Dolphin is alone, it will use it's long beak to protect it self. This animal also uses his flippers for protection and also for mating.

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The Pink Dolphin's sexual maturity age is unknown, but it does have a size when it is sexually mature. Males are 2 meters long when they are sexually mature, but females 1.7 meters when they are sexually mature. The mating season of the Pink Dolphins varies, but it is usually at the end of summer. Courtship rituals include lots of surfacing, breaching, flipper contact, and vocalizations. When they start mating, they hold onto each other with their flippers. Then fertilization takes place. Something strange is that same sex dolphins can reproduce. The Pink Dolphin's gestation period is from 9-12 months. The calf's lactation period lasts 18-20 months. This means the calf drinks milks from its mother from 18-20 months. Usually the Pink Dolphin that gives birth to the calf takes care of it with help of other dolphins from its pod. The mother raises and protects the calf for 1-3 years.

The calf's are protected a lot by their mother and by the mother's pod. They hide the calf's in their side to protect them. The mother covers with her body the calf. As the calf starts to get older, it leaves its mother, and gets a pod or group about the same age. With this group it protects it self from enemies.

The Pink Dolphin is a very nice and friendly animal. The only enemy it has is humans. Although the Pink Dolphin has 40% more brain capacity than humans do, it still gets killed and hurt by them.

The Pink Dolphin is endangered, because of humans. Humans are destroying the South American Tropical Rainforest. They are also dumping chemicals on the rivers. Another reason is that they get trapped in fishnets accidentally. Humans are killing and making a beautiful species extinct. To stop this they are trying to do captive breeding programs, but a Pink Dolphin only survives 4 hours outside of the waters.

Pink River Dolphin

The Pink Dolphin is an amazing mammal. It lives in the Amazon River. This animal has adapted overtime to survive. Humans endanger this animal. Humans are causing this friendly animal to become extinct, by destroying it's habitat. I would like this animal species to survive many years. I would like to be able to show t6he kids of the future the Pink Dolphin swimming in the Amazon Basin.

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Shaped Submarine Dolphins - No HOAX

Shaped Submarine Dolphins
Shaped Submarine Dolphins - Submarine shaped dolphins. I was surprised there was a submarine dolphins. Innespace Productions inspired by the dolphins to make a submarine with a capacity of 2 people who can diving, jumping and spinning. This is personal submarine dolphin like dolphins.

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Shaped Submarine Dolphins

Shaped Submarine Dolphins

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Shaped Submarine Dolphins

Hammerhead Shark

Hammerhead Shark
Hammerhead Shark

The great hammerhead shark has a wide, thick head with the eyes at the margins. The head is indented at the center of the "hammer," which is almost rectangular in shape. This shark is gray-brown above with an off-white belly. The first dorsal fin (the large fin on the top of the shark that most people associate with sharks) is very large and pointed.

Many of the hammerheads are harmless to people, but a few species, like the great hammerhead, can be very dangerous. The great hammerhead swims in warm and relatively warm water along the coastlines. They live over the continental shelves and the adjacent drop-off (the upper part of the mesopelagic zone) to depths of about 260 feet (80 m). The great hammerhead is found in tropical and sub-tropical waters worldwide.

Hammerhead Shark

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