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❄️ Fun fact: Snowflakes are all unique and intricately designed. Each snowflake that falls from the sky has a distinct pattern of ice crystals, and no two snowflakes are exactly alike. This remarkable diversity in snowflake shapes and structures is a result of the complex process of ice crystal formation in the atmosphere.
Snowflakes form when water vapour in the air freezes into ice crystals around tiny dust or pollen particles. As these ice crystals grow, they branch out and form intricate, six-sided symmetrical patterns. The exact shape and size of a snowflake depend on factors like temperature, humidity, and the path it takes through the clouds.
Photographs of individual snowflakes taken under a microscope reveal their stunning and unique designs, ranging from delicate fern-like patterns to hexagonal plates. The idea that "no two snowflakes are alike" has captured the imagination of people for generations and adds to the magic and wonder of the winter season.
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