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The most expensive fish to eat was a 222-kilogram bluefin tuna. It was sold at Tokyo's Tsukiji market for ?155.4 million ($1.8 million) at Japan's annual New Year auction in January 2013. This was equivalent to $8,000 per kilogram.

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The fastest fish in the world is the sailfish; it can swim 68 miles per hour and generally prefers warmer parts of the ocean. The second fastest fish is the marlin, a species that can swim 50 miles per hour.

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The number of fish in the world is always changing due to reproduction, predation, human consumption and environmental factors, among other reasons. Thus, it cannot be known exactly how many fish there are in all.

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According to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, the cost of a recreational fishing state fishing license in 2015 ranges from free to $68, depending on a variety of factors. Recreational license fees are based on residency, age, military service and disability.

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There is no system that tracks the prices of vegetables around the world, according to the Smithsonian Institute. However hop shoots are considered to be on a similar level of value as saffron, which is a spice, and truffles, which are fungi.

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The most expensive single item ever sold at auction was Paul Cezanne's "Two Card Players," a painting that fetched more than $265 million when it was sold in 2012. The painting was purchased by the royal family of Qatar as an addition to its massive private art collection.

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The most expensive stock in the world is Berkshire Hathaway's BRK.A. Its share price exceeded $200,000 and closed at $202,850 on May 14, 2014.

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Reef stonefish are the most poisonous fish in the world. Stonefish live in warm, tropical waters, primarily in the Oceanic region of Australia and New Zealand. They have 13 long spines in their dorsal fins that are filled with highly toxic venom, which the stonefish use to kill prey.

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The smallest fish in the world is the Paedocypris progenetica, a tiny fish that lives in the forest swamps in Sumatra and measures a mere 0.31 inches in length. According to the National History Museum, its existence was unknown until 2006, when it was first discovered.

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According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), countries around the world spent over $1,822 billion on their militaries in 2018. This is more than a five percent increase since 2009. So, peace is trending down, while military spending continues to trend up. This is why thi