20. Miniature Pig – $2,000
Miniature pigs are also known as Teacup pigs or mini pigs. It is believed that a Teacup has a small size but that’s just a half of the truth. The truth is a newborn mini pig weighs about half a pound, but he/she can weigh about 65 pounds and its height reaches up to 16 inches when they grown-up.
19. Tiger cub – $2,500
Just $2,500 for a tiger cub, quite cheap, isn’t it? But it takes about $10,000/year to feed and take care of it. There are several countries that allow you to own a tiger.
18. Kangaroo – $3,000
Having a kangaroo can be an unforgettable memory in your life, but watch out! They can beat you up.
17. Wallaby – $4,000
It’s very ordinary to own a wallaby in Australia (as long as you are rich), but in most of the other countries in the world, it’s illegal.
16. Bengal Cat – $5,000
A Bengal Cat weighs up to 15 pounds, so they look like other types of cats. It takes you more than $1,000/year to own one of them.
15. Capuchin Monkey – $8,500
Capuchin Monkeys are extremely smart and famous. However, you need to cautious them due to their aggressiveness.
14. Bongo Antelope – $9,000
With long spiraled horns and little white stripes, this creature needs a lot of space to look after. A Bongo Antelope weigh around 800 pound.
13. De Brazza’s Monkey -$12,000
It is one of the oldest monkey species in the world. It has an orange-colored crest and white bread.
12. Hyacinth Macaw – $14,000
Hyacinth Macaw with beautiful-looking with blue and yellow fur, you can easy understand why this bird is so expensive.
11. Palm Cockatoo – $16,000
Palm Cockatoo’s origins from New Guinea, very smart but sometimes they can become disobedient.
Aren’t they so adorable? Let us know what you think and wait for part 2, then make a decision!
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