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The caption in the photo of the ground plant spilling over the wall says:
Kambah Karpet a variety of Acacia dealbata discovered at the Kambah Village.
I find the wording ambiguous. Does the caption mean that this particular plant was seen growing on the wall and photographed in Kambah Village (discovered as in stumbled upon)? Or does the caption mean that this species was completely unknown to science before it was found growing in Kambah Village (therefore, scientifically discovered)? The caption should be made clearer to impart the meaning intended, whichever it is. Thanks, Wordreader (talk) 03:17, 11 October 2012 (UTC)