GITNUX MARKETDATA REPORT 2024

Statistics About The Most Expensive Fishes

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"The most expensive fish ever sold was a bluefin tuna, purchased for $3.1 million."

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"The Platinum Arowana is estimated to have a value of $400,000."

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"The Peppermint Angelfish is priced with an average price of around $30,000."

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"A Neptune Grouper costs approximately $6,000."

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"A Polka Dot Stingray can go for around $100,000."

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"The Clarion Angelfish is valued at about $2,500-$10,000."

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"The Candy Basslet can typically cost around $1,000."

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"The Australian Flathead Perch runs about $5,000."

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"The Wrought Iron Butterflyfish typically costs around $2,700."

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Statistic 10

"The Freshwater Polka Dot Stingray saw one sold for $100,000 in 2019."

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"A Masked Angelfish can cost $20,000."

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"A Debelius Reef Lobster can cost up to $10,000."

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"The Sunrise Hogfish has been known to sell for $9,000."

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"A Freshwater batfish, with its unusual look, can cost around $4,000."

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"A Pacific bluefin tuna, one of the largest tuna species, can be sold on the market for millions of dollars."

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"A Bicolor Blenny, a unique vibrant fish, cost an average of $20."

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"A Zebra Pleco, a rare fresh water fish from Brazil, cost around $250-400."

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