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Made of carved and painted wood, the gorilla is 6 1/2 inches tall.
What a classy way to keep your reading or sunglasses from getting lost on your coffee table, bedside table, hall shelf, etc. You can also use this functional sculpture to display business cards with pizazz and pride!
The gorilla is the largest living primate and inhabits cloud forest jungles and lowland jungles in Africa. The lowland gorilla tends to weigh between 200 and 500 pounds and stands about 5 feet tall. It walks on its knuckles in search of fruits and shoots to eat. Gorillas, genetically speaking, are the animals most similar to humans. Also, lowland gorillas live in elaborate social groups of about 15 members with one dominant male, and lead a peaceful existence. The gorilla communicates to other troop members through a series of hoots. Gorillas face a terrific struggle to survive. Widespread poaching, and slaughter by hungry invading armies, has decimated the gorilla poulation. Through massive conservation efforts to establish safe zones in parks under the watchful eye of wardens, the gorilla population has managed to withstand total extinction.
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