Interesting thing I saw on a documentary about Siberian tigers. One Maharaja killed over 3,000 Siberian tigers in his life just for sport, and now, or rather when the documentary was made, there were less than 3,000 of them in existence.
I agree with Chuck and Ont_herper, death of one species, no matter how needless it may appear to us, is necessary for the survival of another's; namely humans, unfortunately. But hey, it got your attention, and I'm sure some tourists walking down some poor street in Asia would be compelled to buy this interesting trinket you don't see every day just to have conversation piece. What could 26$ US buy a family of five in Asia? Probably more than you'd think.
1.1 Veiled Chameleons : 1.1 Crested Gecko : 0.1 Pictus Geckos (looking to trade or sell $25) : 1.0 normal leopard gecko - 0.1 tang 100% het bliz leo - 0.2 bliz leos (All leopards for sale/trade) : 1.0 Leucisitc Texas Ratsnake (Looking to trade for Crestie or pygmy chams)