source Bloomberg news title Bots are ruining Wikipedia article article The Wikipedia article about the “World’s Largest Botanical Garden” has been edited to remove a section that includes botania, a botanical name for a type of plant.
The botanical section of the botanical garden in Taytas, Tanzania, has been removed from the main article.
The article about botania was published last month and included a botanist named Dr. Paul W. Kipnis, who was featured in the documentary Botany 101.
It also included an image of Kipnes holding a plant.
The botanical group, the Botanical Society of Taytans, has responded to the change in the article.
It is the first time that the botanic group has taken the position of editor of the Botanic Garden article, according to its website.
It has taken this position since the end of the last Botanical Gardens season.
It is our hope that the changes will improve the quality of the information in the botany section, the group said in a statement on its website, where it posted a new version of the article, adding the botanists position.
“As a society, we do not take any position on the use of botanicals or the plant families they belong to, as the botans have never been given a role in this section,” the group added.
“The Botanical and Horticultural Society is not an organization that would encourage the use or abuse of any plant family, nor would we ever encourage any use of any botanically derived species.”
Kipnis said in an interview that he would like to see the botanzas article removed.
He said that there were many instances in the history of botanical gardens where botanics were not respected.
“It’s an insult to the botanian world,” he said.
The Botanic Society of the World Botanical Centre, which also edits the botania section, said in the statement that it was not involved in the edit.