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Rare

Describing a coin that is extremely difficult to find. Depending on its quality, a rare coin may be quite valuable, depending on demand from collectors and investors. However, a rare coin may be a highly illiquid asset. See also: Numismatics.
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My favourite is the Purple Ecuadorian Rainforest; the rarest is definitely the Pink Tiger, sourced from South America.
The rest of them are rare, but the rarest of the rare - that's about 2,500 minerals - are only found at five places on Earth or fewer," Hazen said.
A statement by the Directorate of relations and media said today, " Zoo park of Zawra of Baghdad witnessed within the last August the birth of a second rarest tigers in the world is the white Bengal tiger , which is one of / 200 / tigers survive in natural reserves and zoos around the world , noting that the birth of this Tiger came due to differences in genes.
The prosecution said: "This case falls in the rarest of rare category.
Summary: One of China's rarest stamps sold for HK$6.
ONE of the UK's rarest habitats is being unveiled to the public at a North East wildlife reserve.
Death penalty is usually to be awarded only in "the rarest of rare cases.
ONE of Britain's rarest mammals is to get a helping hand from money raised through Wales' carrier bag levy.
The chicks were from the Madagascar pochard, arguably the world's rarest bird.
ONE of the world's rarest supercars, a Spyker C8 Spyder, will go under the auctioneers' hammer later this month.
Some of the country's rarest butterflies are among those which have been breaking records with the dates they emerged this year, according to Butterfly Conservation.
ONE of Britain's rarest birds of prey has nested in Merseyside for the first time.