Should we really refer to Acro as a female just because she/ it has a curved dorsal fin? I feel like basing it solely on that is a bit of a leap to make. A series like this features so many cartoony characters that making an assumption based on such a minor real-life detail just doesn't translate very well (especially when All females are explicitly-female looking while Acro doesn't at all). IE. King Dedede is a penguin yet has thumbs and shoes, yet it's in a cartoony environment so it still reads. If anything, maybe this belongs in the trivia section, but I don't think it justifies changing the gender article. of On a side note, I'm glad to see some reasoning/ evidence this time, haha. The last editor who did the gender thing didn't even cite anything. So thanks. EmptyStar (talk) 00:17, August 13, 2012 (UTC)

With such limited info thanks to the actual companies not stating anything, we have to rely on references. That's how it works.--Starman125RobofishKine? Is that you? 01:25, August 13, 2012 (UTC)
We should just refer to Acro as an "it" and leave the gender topic to people imaginations. Until we get a good source, this information should be left neutral.WaddleDooFan77 Sworddoo.PNG Superb slicer! 19:50, October 14, 2013 (UTC)
We have a valid source: The K64 Prima guide refers to Acro using masculine pronouns. Prima may have made up the gender, but until we have a different source, we gotta use that. NerdyBoutKirby KBB Kirby sprite 3 Thank you and good night! 20:13, October 14, 2013 (UTC)
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