A group of ornately decorated gorillas across Jersey are looking for a temporary home, to prepare them for a charity auction.
The 41 life-sized silverbacks sprung up across the island in July, forming Jersey's largest public art trail.
The sculptures will go under the hammer at The Royal Yacht in St Helier on November 6, with proceeds from the sale going towards building a new home for Jersey Zoo's family of gorillas.
However, the team at Durrell are currently in need of a roof over the great apes' heads.
Anyone who might be able to offer a space to house the sculptures should contact the team at email@example.com.
The Go Wild Gorillas project was launched by Durrell to celebrate 60 years of conservation.
The gorillas will remain on public display until Monday 14 October
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