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Pantanal jaguar A wild male jaguar (Panthera onca) near the Rio Negro in the Pantanal, Brazil. Jaguars from the Pantanal are the largest of their species, about 2.7 m (8.9 ft) long, with an average weight of about 100 kg (220 lb), and some weighing more than 135 kg (298 lb). A red jaguar was a mascot of the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, and during the 2016 Summer Olympics, a jaguar in the national colors of green and yellow was the Brazil team's mascot. Jaguar (Panthera onca palustris): the largest sub-species of jaguar. To celebrate Olympic Day. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) was established on 23 June 1894. The Team Brazil (Time Brasil) mascot for Rio 2016 was a jaguar in Brazil's national colours of green and yellow.
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I took contact with Wikipedia in January of 2007. The idea of a free encyclopedia with the aim of having an important part of the common knowledge of humanity felt irresistible so since then I try to help improving this huge work.
- Psychology Project-Project talk
- Neuroscience project-Project talk
- Beginners' guide to the Manual of Style
- Number of people watching a page (if above 30)
- Wikipedia:Public domain
- My previous sandbox
- On autism
Some nice things I have received
Thanks to everybody who considered I merited one of these: It's amazing how only a tiny image and a comment helps to maintain the daily effort.
Contributions I feel most proud of
- Treatment of multiple sclerosis: My first FA
- Alzheimer's disease: My second FA
- What I found
- What me and others left: Featured Article Review avoided
- What me and others left II: Featured Article Review avoided
- Additionally the cesky version of this article is almost an exact translation of the English Wikipedia FA
- Huntington's disease: My third FA
- Parkinson's disease: My fourth FA
In September of 2009 the featured articles I had heavily contributed to (Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis, treatment of multiple sclerosis and Huntington's disease) summed to the Spanish and Russian versions of the Alzheimer's disease article received a total of more than half a million visits (566.412)
- Scientific articles on Wikipedia and medicine
- Medicine Resources
- Wikipedia:Copying within Wikipedia
Users to have in mind
User:SandyGeorgia(copy edit in all kind of articles, interested in medicine),User:Fvasconcellos (expert in pharmacology), JFW (expert in medicine), User:Orangemarlin (speciaciliced in anti-quackery and medicine), User:TimVickers (director of Molecular and Cellular Biology wikiproject), User:Diberri (medicine student and creator of the citing tool), User:Delldot (interested in emergency neurology, such as TBI), User:Casliber (expert in FA and psychiatry), User:Crusio (Neuroscientist), User:Leevanjackson (Main editor of Huntington's disease article), User talk:Tony1 (Expert in good writing techniques), User talk:Looie496 (Expert in basic neuroscience and medicine)