S'treih lhiam gra dy scryss mee jalloo y chlaigin magh ass Shynnagh ruy. Cha row eh jeeaghyn dy mie er çheu hoshtal chione yn art, as gyn soilshaghey magh ny coontys erbee agh ennym Ladjyn. My t'ou uss son cur eh erash, screeu beggan er yn ushylagh ny red ennagh my saillt; cha nel jalloo neuhoilshit ny lomarcan feer ymmydoil. -- Shimmin Beg 16:02, 1 Toshiaght Arree 2011 (UTC)
- I'm sorry I did not speak Breton, perhaps you can translate it in English or in French ...--Archaeodontosaurus 16:37, 1 Toshiaght Arree 2011 (UTC)
- Certainly. As my French is terrible I'll write in English. I explained that I have removed the fox skull picture from Shynnagh ruy which you put there. It was in a strange position, right at the top of the article and on the left-hand side, which did not look good with an infobox on the right side as well. Also, there was no information with the picture, only the Latin name of the species. I suggested that if you want to include the image, you should add a section about fox skeletons or anatomy, where it would be more relevant. An image without any explanation doesn't really enhance an article. Unfortunately I don't have the time right now to add a new section myself, so I just removed the picture for now.
- Also, I should point out that this is not the Breton wikipedia. That is somewhere else. This is the Manx Gaelic wikipedia. -- Shimmin Beg 16:59, 1 Toshiaght Arree 2011 (UTC)
- Thank you for taking the time to explain. I fully understand your arguments. I'm obsessed from osteology, and I'd like to see, for each animal described, at least the skull. Best memory of France.--Archaeodontosaurus 17:41, 1 Toshiaght Arree 2011 (UTC)