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What sells on the black market

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$2,696 (£1,696). That's the total black market value of the blood currently coursing through your veins.

Impressive, but nothing on the $215,175 (£135,450) for a litre of snake venom (though such volumes would involve milking quite a few snakes).

The following infographic from NowSourcing lifts the veil on the murky world of the black market, revealing the worth of all manner of goods, from shoulders to sperm, animals to oil. Quite how one goes about negotiating a good price for your kidney is beyond us.

Click to enlarge, and prepare yourself for some remarkably harrowing facts:

What Sells on the Black Market?
by NowSourcing.
Explore more infographics like this one on the web's largest information design community - Visually.

(Via: Visual.ly; Financedegreecenter.com)

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