From the day they first showed up on Irish TV, gorillas have been a huge hit.
And while it might be hard to believe, you can now get some of their horns at a pretty affordable price.
Gorillas are now an international phenomenon.
They are the most popular animals in zoo exhibits and are featured in many of the biggest movies, TV shows and music videos.
But the biggest fans have probably been those who have tried to buy the horns.
They can be a little intimidating at first, but the experience is worth it.
The Irish Zoo’s gorilla horn sale is one of the highlights of this year’s Guinness Book of Records.
The sale takes place from December 11 to December 16 at The Zoo in Cork.
It is open to the public.
Here are the top five things you should know before you buy a gorilla horn.
What to expect before you go on the hunt for a gorilla’s horn:Gorilla horn is made from a special fungus, a type of plant that grows in the African savannah.
The fungus is very difficult to grow on the African mainland, and therefore has to be shipped in from the continent to Europe.
The cost of shipping this fungus is around €200 to €400.
The horns are then sold in the UK and Europe.
Groups of gorillas often live together, and are in a group called a breeding group.
This is when they share the same nest.
They also often live in a large enclosure called a den.
Goblin horns are a lot more expensive than other horns because they require a lot of water to grow.
However, the cost can be cut considerably by using the same kind of fungus that makes up gorillas’ horns.
Here is what you should expect when you buy your next gorilla horn:How much is it worth?
If you’re buying a gorilla horns to keep as a gift, it is likely to be around €50 to €70.
That’s the price you would pay for a normal horn.
However, if you’re planning to wear it, it will likely be around £50 to £80.
That is a lot less expensive.
Geraldine O’Leary, from Dublin Zoo, says that gorillas can sell for €150 to €200 per head.
She says the price can go up or down depending on the quality and colour of the horn.
“The colours can vary from one horn to another.
There’s also a different colour of fungus and different type of fungus used.
They have a range of colours.”
Gorillas can sell horns for as much as €300 to €350, depending on whether they are from a breeding or a group of gorilla horns.
What are the health risks of buying gorilla horns?
There are no known health problems associated with buying gorilla horn, but if you have any health problems, you should contact your vet immediately.
There are also a number of health concerns with buying a horn.
One of the more serious is allergic reactions.
This can cause an allergic reaction that can cause swelling of the lips, throat and chest.
Other possible reactions include swelling of an eyelid, itching, hives, swelling in the tongue and throat and difficulty breathing.
What is the best way to store gorilla horns in a sealed container?
Gorilles horns are very hard to get hold of, so the best thing to do is to keep them in a safe place.
There are a number things you can do to protect your gorillas horns:Keep them in their own container at room temperature.
Keep them out of direct sunlight.
Do not let your kids or pets handle the horns for a few days.
It is also important to be aware of the type of gorilla horn that you’re getting.
If you are buying a “real” gorilla horn from a nursery, the horn should not be any more than a few centimetres long and the rhinoceros horn should be no more than 4cm long.
For more information on the health and safety of gorillas, visit the Guinness Book Of Records website.