I've been reading some of your work. Great job creating some new pages. I also apologize if I haven't been on as much here. I've been distracted by the demands of work and a few personal issues (nothing bad, just frustrating). I've also been looking into new or obscure ancient shark, holocephalid or ray species in this down time. Some new ones such as Edaphodon and Cetorhinus huddlestoni are quite fascinating.
Wait, where are you hunting shark teeth? Also, I have to apologize for my own inactivity. My goal is to contribute on something once every weekend, so that way I will be an active contributor without overwhelming myself. Thank you too, and keep up the shark work.
Will do. I was at the Poughkeepsie Gem and Mineral Show on September 22nd, and I found teeth from white sharks of two species, a newborn megalodon's tooth, a sixgill shark tooth, and tiger and ragged-tooth shark teeth. In all, it was a good haul, but not like some previous years.
Thanks. It's not done yet, though. There's so many sharks, rays and other chondrichthyans to do. I'm just glad I have gotten 1/5th of the modern species of shark done. Regardless, I'm very glad for your help.
SaberrexStrongheart wrote: Thanks. It's not done yet, though. There's so many sharks, rays and other chondrichthyans to do. I'm just glad I have gotten 1/5th of the modern species of shark done. Regardless, I'm very glad for your help.
I don't think we've named every species of shark yet. As modern science progresses, so will this wiki.
Same, but I've only done FANDOM recently. I think people give Wikipedia too much hate. Once I added fake information just to see what would happen, and by the time I refreshed the browser, it was back to the real way. I don't honestly think Wiki has too much fake information on it.
Well, going from experience, they ask you to cite sources and provide factual information. After all, it is supposed to be a free encyclopedia, and to that extent, factual in regards to the content it describes. They're sticklers from things like that, but at the same time, they are often very appreciative when you add new articles or information. I've gotten a few appreciative thanks for when I created articles for Murusraptor, Chenanisaurus, Promegantereon and a few others.
Indeed. Also, I noticed that you used a picture of a speartooth shark for the northern river shark article. Furthermore, please remember to label class, subclass, and superorder, please. It helps to clarify species and family relationships.
You put brackets around every words you wish to link, like this: [[ ]] . To link certain words that are the same in meaning but not in spelling, you bracket and add a "|" between them. I learned that on Wikipedia itself. Any other coding hints I can help with?