THE Great Gorillas Trail is about to get under way.
And Herald Express readers can win Paignton Zoo goodies by taking part in the search for our own hand-painted gorilla, Lilo.
Lilo is one of 30 life-sized gorillas taking up residence across Torbay from Saturday onwards.
You can see where they all are in our clickable interactive maps below
The project has been launched to help celebrate the 90th birthday of Paignton Zoo, and to highlight the zoo's work in the conservation of endangered Cross River gorillas.
The paint schemes are spectacular, and you can see all the locations on our interactive online maps at heraldexpress.co.uk
But you won't find Lilo, who will appear a day early, on them.
To find him, you'll need to work out the answer to this cryptic clue: "Only a poet would find this Torquay park scary".
Then follow the instructions on Page 32 of the current Herald Express to stake your claim for the big prize.
You could win a gorilla adoption pack and a family ticket valid for two adults and two children to Paignton Zoo.
Five runners-up prizes of a family ticket for Paignton Zoo will be selected at random from the remaining entries received by the closing date.
Among the first people to explore the gorilla trail was Tina Currie, who said: "We’re very excited by the competition.
"The Gorillas have given our grandchildren a chance to discover the community and some of the artwork. My grand-daughter Lola loves Paignton Zoo so it’s nice for it to be linked to that."
Tracy Clark added: "The competition is really good.
Hopefully the gorillas should bring tourists to new places in the bay."
Ljiljana Pajovic said: "I love the designs on the gorillas. It’s a good way to showcase local art talent.
"I will keep my eyes open for the gorillas and hopefully I can win the next competition."
And Fred Miles added: "It’s a lovely thing for the kids to go and see and for a good cause."
Lilo's paint scheme features every beach toy and inflatable imaginable thanks to sponsors the Herald Express, Torbay Council, Hi-Line and Paignton Zoo.
He will move to a new location every fortnight.
Even if you can't find Lilo, send us your pictures of any gorillas you find. We'll feature the best in print and online.