While there are lots of fabulous categories under "Pets and Animals", it seems to me that at least one, "Wild Animals", is sorely missing. From the current hub categories, one would think all animals are either captive, endangered, or imaginary. Fortunately that's not the case, at least not yet.
At present, a quick glance at existing animal articles shows:
---Unusual kinds of deer listed under farm animals and livestock,
---A list of real life instances of albino deer listed under cryptids,
---Articles on why zebras have stripes & urban coyotes under exotic pets,
---the common red fox, a pest in many areas, under endangered animals,
The whole ordering of categories could probably use reworking, but two new categories might set things right enough:
---Wild Animals (ex. zebras, moose, etc.)
---Backyard Wildlife (ex. how to feed squirrels, coyotes vs cats etc.)
Any other thoughts on this?
Good idea! Please e-mail email@example.com and they will get this in the right hands.
Thanks AEvans. Didn't know that was a possibility. Will do it right now.
Hi AEvans, I did as you suggested and there is now a simple "wild animals" category which already has entries. Thanks for your suggestion.
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