Talk:Pilliga forest

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Tsunami ?[edit]

An illustration has the title "Many plants are adapted to tsunami which stopped the fire".

What does this mean? Did a Tsunami stop the fire, or did the plant? Apparently the plant was burnt out but was able to quickly regenerate. Either way the sentence is meaningless. Gutta Percha (talk) 17:08, 9 September 2015 (UTC)