Celebrate your love of gorillas with this exquisite Hanno the Gorilla toy.
Hanno the Gorilla is named after Hanno, the Greek Navigator who had the first recorded encounter with gorillas when he sailed along the western coast of Africa way back around 500 B.C. Hanno the Gorilla is made from sustainably harvested beech wood and elastic-band muscles that help make this toy flexible and durable. Designed by David Weeks for the New York-based company Areaware, this wooden toy exudes the strong grace of its real life counterpart.
At a cost of $100, Davids Weeks' wooden toy is probably something you should hold onto yourself, until your child passes that age where they feel the need to put anything and everything in their mouth.
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