are [in?] fact other people's lawn

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I think replacing lawn with weeds would be a great idea so I don't have to spend any more money on weed killer and water my lawn in the hot summer evenings. I walked by the side track in our community yesterday and found out the weeds in our lawn are fact other people's lawn. No wonder they look so green and prosperous.


I can see there should be an "in" before "fact" in the above. Is "in" optional in this context? Or is it just a mistake?
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