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The DB wiki stated Lapis became a park ranger and took in a high salary due to being good at his job and also married some woman and has children. Is that canon?Cloudtheavenger (talk) 04:10, January 9, 2016 (UTC)

This fact doesn't come from DB wiki, but originated in Dragon Ball Full Color Q&A section and was stated by Toriyama himself.

Q: Where’d Artificial Human No. 17 go after the Cell arc, and what did he do?!
A: He works in the wildlife preserve area of a gigantic royal nature park, as an outstanding guard who doesn’t hold back against poachers.
It’s an ideal job for No. 17, who loves to be on his own and isn’t big on cooperating with others; since he’s so good at his job, he takes in a high salary. He’s married to a zoologist; they have one child and two adopted children, and live happily in an isolated house inside the nature park.
He went and met No. 18 and Kuririn one time, but didn’t talk about what he’d been up to, maybe because he considers such a wholesome lifestyle embarrassing.

This means despite not being adapted into the manga, this fact, which was confirmed by the author, is canon to the manga, and therefore canon to what the wiki considers and treats.--— The Tragedy of L Three Star 05:51, January 9, 2016 (UTC)
I know any information from Akira is canon but I don't know where they got it from. For the record, just say it's from Akira next time and I'll know it's canon.Cloudtheavenger (talk) 00:03, January 10, 2016 (UTC)
Yeah, the old DB wiki hardly uses references in general in their articles (such as preferring anime references over manga ones when they have the opportunity, or just not using some at all in articles and saying it's "official"). WindStar7125 Five Star 03:22, January 10, 2016 (UTC)
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