Disambiguation by default?
This article should not be a disambiguation page by default. There are over 600 references to this page at the time of this writing. It's obvious most of these are supposed to point to the article about the species, but since there are so many even a semi-automatic search & replace is rather out of the question.
It's not very user-friendly to have 600 links pointing to a disambiguation page and thus requiring two clicks for the user to reach the page they were looking for. The few cases where something else than the species is being linked to can be covered by the "See disambiguation page for other uses" notice in the head of the article. The average number of clicks required to reach the target page is inarguably decreased. --Atte 22:49, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
- The above comment was supposed to go the disambiguation page, but someone had redirected that. Can we at least have some consistency here, please? --Atte 23:53, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
Shouldn't Wolf redirect to wolf (species) and this page be at Wolf (disambiguation), with a note on the page linking to it? I think it's several times more likely that someone will be searching for the species rather than a person. For example, at Wikipedia, God discusses the monotheistic view of Him, while wikipedia:God (disambiguation) lists other uses for the term, because one is most likely going to be searching for that God when searching for God. Equivamp 11:50, 23 June 2011 (EDT)