A glance at the online inventory of Peoria-based Wild Animal World reads like a passenger manifest for Noah's Ark. Claiming to be the largest dealer in exotic animals in the United States, Wild Animal World can deliver almost any species imaginable to your doorstep, whether it be a Watusi ($2,500) a 3-month-old female giraffe ($45,000), a hand-raised buffalo ($1,000), a pair of breeding jaguars ($7,000), a female red kangaroo ($4,000), a 9-week-old Bengal tiger cub ($18,000) or an albino skunk ($200). Wild Animal World's biggest business is in monkeys, though, from white-throated capuchins to snow macaques, marmosets and spider monkeys, ranging in price from... More >>>