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What to buy a billionaire: The holiday gift guide for the .0001%

It is, after all, the thought that matters. The price is of little consequence

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You can do your bit to move endangered species out of overpopulated game reserves. At the same time, you can get up-close-and-personal with them and snag a supreme selfie. The cost: US$50,000 per person for lion relocation and upwards of US$500,000 for elephants (you have to move the whole herd!)

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You can do your bit to move endangered species out of overpopulated game reserves. At the same time, you can get up-close-and-personal with them and snag a supreme selfie. The cost: US$50,000 per person for lion relocation and upwards of US$500,000 for elephants (you have to move the whole herd!)

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A private island you can call your own. For your billionaire, only the best: a 59-acre private island in the Hauraki Gulf, just a 15-minute helicopter ride from Auckland, New Zealand. Jack Ma, Peter Thiel and Alexander Ambramov have all reportedly put down for multi-million dollar hideaways in the Kiwi countryside.

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They can take their Aston Martin submarine for a spin. Deliveries for the three-person vehicle, codenamed "Project Neptune", begin next year.

LIFE'S LUXURIES may make sense for most on your list, but there's always one person who seems impossible to please. That's why we've tossed the budget in search of the most rarefied experiences and exotic goods. Consider these 10 items your best chance at finding the upper hand in any gift...

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