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{{Info fauna
{{Info fauna
|image = img.png (Delete this line if there's no image)
|image = noimg.png
|officialname = Official name (no period)
|officialname = Official name (no period)
|nicknames = Common Nicknames.
|nicknames = Common Nicknames.
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|status = Common, Rare, Extinct, Mythical, etc.
|status = Common, Rare, Extinct, Mythical, etc.
|}}
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Introductory paragraph.
The intro is a solid, five sentence paragraph designed to summarize the article and hook the reader into the page as a whole. As a general guide, include the following in an intro paragraph:
 
*Hook sentence
==First Recorded Encounter==
*Describe the subject of the article
(Include a brief, but detailed account of the first encounter with this species, and its discovery. Keep it approximately 250-500 words.)
*Offer a little historical context about the subject
 
*Give a detail about the subject unrelated to the history
===Current Status===
*State what impact the subject has made, why it is important, or its present day state.
(Indicate if the creature is still common, extinct, found often in trade as domesticated, valuable for its fur or scales, etc.)


==Characteristics==
==History==
(Include what is most important. This contains what the species actually is, what it looks like, and generally an overview of the animal itself.)
(Include an account of this species' history, from its initial discovery to its current status. Also include where the fauna can be found today.)


===Notable Physical Traits===
==Physical Appearance==
(For example: coloring per region, hibernation, or natural immunity to poisons.)  
(Follow this order when describing the physical appearance of the animal in question.)
*General statistics (length, width, height etc and weight)
*Description of the head and all its features (ears, eyes, mouth, any unique physical traits)
*Description of the body and all its features (limbs, neck, build, any unique physical traits)
*What covers their body/coloration of their body
*Unique body organs, aspects or features (if they possess any)


====Origin and Diversity====
===Diversity===
(Include the area of origination, and how diverse the population is with gender. Include climates and biomes it can be located in.)  
(Include how diverse the population is with gender and if there are subspecies or regional differences between different members of the same animal, mention that as well.)  


====Life Span and Development====
===Life Span and Development===
(What is the normal life span of this creature? How does it develop/what changes as it grows up? Does it start as an egg? Does it pupate?)
(Does it start as an egg? Does it pupate? How does it develop/what changes as it grows up? What is the normal life span of this creature?)


===Mental Overview===
==Mental Overview==
(Indicate whether the fauna is overtly wild or able to be tamed. If it is wild, indicate whether it is hostile or not, or what species it may be hostile towards.)
(Indicate whether the fauna is overtly wild or able to be tamed. If it is wild, indicate whether it is hostile or not, or what species it may be hostile towards.)


====Territory and Groupings====
===Territory and Groupings===
(Indicate if the species operates in packs, over a certain territory, or if it travels often. Do they operate alone, are they territorial?)
(Indicate if the species operates in packs, over a certain territory, or if it travels often. Do they operate alone, are they territorial?)


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{{fauna}}
{{fauna}}
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{{Accreditation
====Accreditation====
|Artists = Delete line if none.
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|Writers = No need to link them.
*Written by [[User|User]].
|Processors = Separate, by, commas.
*Processed by [[Staff User|Staff User]] and [[Staff User|Staff User]].
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Latest revision as of 19:35, 13 November 2021


Fauna/Format
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Fauna
Official Name Official name (no period)
Common Nicknames Common Nicknames.
Classification Fish, mammal, reptile, etc.
Habitat Where do they prosper?
Domesticated Yes or No.
Current Status Common, Rare, Extinct, Mythical, etc.

The intro is a solid, five sentence paragraph designed to summarize the article and hook the reader into the page as a whole. As a general guide, include the following in an intro paragraph:

  • Hook sentence
  • Describe the subject of the article
  • Offer a little historical context about the subject
  • Give a detail about the subject unrelated to the history
  • State what impact the subject has made, why it is important, or its present day state.

History

(Include an account of this species' history, from its initial discovery to its current status. Also include where the fauna can be found today.)

Physical Appearance

(Follow this order when describing the physical appearance of the animal in question.)

  • General statistics (length, width, height etc and weight)
  • Description of the head and all its features (ears, eyes, mouth, any unique physical traits)
  • Description of the body and all its features (limbs, neck, build, any unique physical traits)
  • What covers their body/coloration of their body
  • Unique body organs, aspects or features (if they possess any)

Diversity

(Include how diverse the population is with gender and if there are subspecies or regional differences between different members of the same animal, mention that as well.)

Life Span and Development

(Does it start as an egg? Does it pupate? How does it develop/what changes as it grows up? What is the normal life span of this creature?)

Mental Overview

(Indicate whether the fauna is overtly wild or able to be tamed. If it is wild, indicate whether it is hostile or not, or what species it may be hostile towards.)

Territory and Groupings

(Indicate if the species operates in packs, over a certain territory, or if it travels often. Do they operate alone, are they territorial?)

Trivia

(If there are any useful things about animal supplies, or items to be obtained from this animal, then this is the spot to put it!)

  • One
  • Two
  • Three

Accreditation
Writers No need to link them.
Artists Delete line if none.
Processors Separate, by, commas.
Last Editor Firefan96 on 11/13/2021.

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