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About Me[edit]

I am a new user of Wikipedia and have joined on the recommendation of my friends. I have a love of Animals especially tigers, lions, cheetahs (and every other species of big cats) whales and agricultural animals. I love Cows and Sheep. I work with Black and Red Angus Cattle and Romney Marsh and East Friesian Sheep all of these can be found at my school farm located in the middle of suburbia.

Pages I have contributed to[edit]

A small list but it will grow.

Relief in Persepolis
A bas-relief from Persepolis, the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire (ca. 550–330 BC) in what is now Iran, depicts a fight between a lion and a bull. This symbol has been interpreted as an expression of Nowruz (the Persian New Year), and has also been interpreted as the spring equinox, where the bull (personifying the Earth) and lion (personifying the Sun) fights eternally, symbolizing their equality.Photograph: Anatoly Terentiev

Lead Section Size

The lead section of a Wikipedia article is the section before the first heading. The table of contents, if displayed, generally appears between the lead section and the first subheading.

Rule of thumb: If a topic deserves a heading or subheading, then it deserves short mention in the lead.

The lead section should contain up to four paragraphs, depending on the length of the article, and should provide a preview of the main points the article will make, summarizing the primary reasons the subject matter is interesting or notable. The lead should be capable of standing alone as a concise overview of the article, should be written in a clear and accessible style, should be carefully sourced like the rest of the text, and should encourage the reader to want to read more. The following table has some general guidelines for the length of the lead section:

< 15,000 characters medium size > 30,000 characters
one or two paragraphs   two or three paragraphs   three or four paragraphs
Summary essay:
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