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Cyona is a common name for a carnivorous mammal in the subfamily Lutrinae. Otters are the closest relative to the Cyona. They are found in cold regions such as Alaska and Canada. 
 
 
 
==Description==
 
The Cyona is a relatively large mammal with fins rather than limbs. They range in size fro 1.3m to 2m in length and 60-80kg in weight. They have a silky coat of brown fur which aids them through water. They have a distinct white patch of fur covering their forehead and upper body. Cyonas most sensitive features are their long thick whiskers which can grow up to 30cm. Cyonas do not have a specific gender which allows them to procreate with any other Cyona. Features like their large ears,large eyes and sharp teeth help them sense their prey.
 
==Habitat and Population==
 
Cyonas are found in the colder regions of Alaska and Canada. They live in deserted caves near the ocean where they easily catch their prey. Majority of Cyonas tend to eat small silver fish, other prefer smaller mammals or birds. Cyonas population ( January-July 2016 ) was found to be 15,000 quite smaller compared to other mammals.
 
==Environmental Changes==
 
Due to the climatic change occuring in Alaska and Canada , Cyonas have adapted to warmer waters and developed swimming skills seeing as the temperature rised and ice melted. Human activity, in particular the burning of fossil fuels and the buildup of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have influenced and resulted in the warming of the earth. The Cyonas were found in South Canada and migrated to Alaska and Northern Canada as a result of the ice melting. 
 
==Adaptations==
 
As a result of the climate change and new surroundings, Cyonas developed several adaptations and mutation to be able to adapt to the warmer conditions. The genetic mutation which occured with the Cyona was the changing colour of fur, originally being white in colour , the warmer temperatures caused the fur to turn into a brown silky coat of fur. Larger eyes were used to see clearer in lurky waters and larger ears to hear their surroundings as they hadnt adjusted to their new territory, Their thicker and longer whiskers created sensing prey and predators easier. They developed stronger fins to swim and glide through the water as the ice had melted and swimming was a skill learnt. Cyonas developed stronger jaws and bigger teeth to defend itself from larger predators and to be able to eat their food quicker and more efficently. 
 
 
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Latest revision as of 23:19, February 20, 2019

This article covers the general layout for a standard template page on FANDOM wikis.

ProcedureEdit

Put the template code on the main page, and put all documentation and categories on a /doc subpage.

This means that updates to the documentation do not result in large numbers of pointless template updates across the wiki, and the template itself can be protected if necessary (without protecting the documentation).

Sample pagesEdit

Template page
If you want to use a documentation page (/doc)
<onlyinclude><!-- Template code 
--><includeonly><!-- Any categories to be inserted into articles by the template 
-->[[Category:Added by template]]</includeonly></onlyinclude>
{{documentation}}
<!-- After documentation, optionally add any categories to organize the template itself 
-->[[Category:Templates|{{PAGENAME}}]]
If you don't want to require a documentation page (no /doc)
;Description
:This template is used to do something.

;Dependencies
:<!-- CSS, JS, image or other template dependencies. -->

;Syntax
:Type <code>{{t|templatename}}</code> somewhere.

;Parameters
* <code>Param1 = </code> what param 1 needs (default: <code>default value </code>)
* <code>Param2optional = </code> ''optional'' what param 2 needs

;Sample output
:<code>{{templatename|foo}}</code> gives...
:{{templatename|foo}}


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;Template
<onlyinclude>Template code<includeonly>
Any categories to be inserted into articles by the template</includeonly></onlyinclude>
<!-- Optionally -->{{documentation}}
<!-- Any categories to organize the template itself -->[[Category:Templates|{{PAGENAME}}]]


Note that, depending on the template, you may need to close a table or div tag just before {{documentation}} is inserted (within the noinclude tags).

The line break is also useful as it helps visually separate the documentation template code from previous code.


Template/doc page
;Description
:This template is used to do something.

;Dependencies
:<!-- CSS, JS, image or other template dependencies. -->

;Syntax
:Type <code>{{t|templatename}}</code> somewhere.

;Parameters
* <code>Param1 = </code> what param 1 needs (default: <code>default value</code>)
* <code>Param2optional = </code> ''optional'' what param 2 needs

;Sample output
:<code>{{templatename|foo}}</code> gives...
:{{templatename|foo}}

<includeonly><!-- Any categories to organize the template itself 
-->[[Category:Templates|{{PAGENAME}}]]</includeonly><noinclude>[[Category:Template documentation|{{PAGENAME}}]]</noinclude>

You can also click on the "writing some" link in the message "This template currently doesn't have any documentation! Help out by writing some." (displayed by {{Documentation}} if no documentation has been written yet), which will give you a preload that you can then fill out.

Use any or all of the above description/syntax/sample output sections. You may also want to add "see also" or further usage information sections.

Note that the above example also uses the Template:T template.

Why not use a separate documentation subpage? Edit

While using a documentation subpage (Template:templatename/doc) has become standard practice, it is really only better when the documentation is large or has many examples. For smaller, simpler templates with light documentation needs, including the documentation on the template page itself can be faster and more self-contained. Remember, using a /doc subpage for documentation usually implies the need to use the {{Documentation}} template which automatically adds a dependency on another template (which ironically, is usually undocumented). Also, the use of categories can be far more confusing when using a transcluded /doc subpage in a template page.

Templates used by this layoutEdit

Be sure to add these so the template coding will work properly.

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