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Prijsduif Armando is officially the most expensive pigeon ever: now all bid 502.000 euros
Animals The Belgian pigeon Armando is now officially the most expensive pigeon ever. At this time, is already 502.000 euros for the West-Flemish prijsduif. The auction runs until Sunday. The previous record for a pigeon stood at 400,000 euros.

Armando is sometimes called the Eddy Merckx under the prijsduiven called. And there must obviously be some money to be consideration. This afternoon was the counter already on 502.000 euros. And that amount might be still on, because the auction runs until Sunday. The owner sees it, of course, like to happen: “For me, is my sandwich fried yes,” says Joël Verschoot on Focus WTV. “I have all my life, working night and day, and I have never been able to earn what I do now in 2 weeks earn. And that is the most entertaining family park of the case.”

“The first bid on Armando Monday was 200 euros”, says Joël. “Less than three minutes later, the counter is already at 300,000 euros. We had never dare to think that the auction is so high a flight would take,” he said earlier in our paper.

The buyer of the pigeon is almost certainly a Chinese, because there is a lot of money to be made. But it is not at all certain that Armando effectively to China moves. The cost of the expensive animal to insure are really high. Therefore, it is more logical that there is first grown with Armando and his descendants to China to be flown.

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