Black market is running parallel to the modern day market and there are number of unexpected and goods that are restricted are available there, hence called as Black Market.
Number of jobs created by black market, globally: 1.8 billion, Total US illicit trade value: $625.63 billion.
The World Health Organization estimates that 10,000 illegal surgeries involving organs take place every year
106,879 organs were transplanted in 2010; this is just 10% of global need. Average cost per part: Pair of Eyeballs: $1,525, Scalp: $607, Skull with Teeth: $1,200, Shoulder: $500, Coronary Artery: $1,525, Heart: $119,000, Liver: $157,000, Hand and Forearm: $385, Pint of Blood: $337, Spleen: $508, Stomach: $508, Small Intestine: $2, 519, Kidney: $262, 000, Kidneys make up 75% of global illicit organ trade. Because of rising rates of diabetes, high blood pressure and other heart problems, Gallbladder: $1,219,Skin: $10 per square inch, The illegal organ trade has large markets in China, India and Pakistan
Many endangered animals are trafficked every year to be exotic pets, to be eaten or to be used for medicinal purposes
Live chimpanzee – $50,Elephant – $28,000,Geckos in the Philippines (used to treat asthma) – $2,300,Gorillas – $400,000,Ivory – $1,300/lb, Komodo dragon – $30,000,Polar bear skin – $7,760 – $9,930,Rhino horns – $97,000/kg, Shark fins (used in shark fin soup) – $100/kg, Snake venom – $215,175/liter, Live Tiger – $50,000,Dead Tiger – $5,000,Tortoises – $10,000 in China, Turtle eggs – $1 in Costa Rica.