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BY :JOHN Papagni

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J Kostenbader

on 4 March 2016

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BY :JOHN Papagni
Snowflakes come from the sky in tiny flakes, and each snowflake forms its own unique shape called an ice crystal. None of these flakes are identical. Viewed up close, ie crystals form all sorts of fascinating patterns. As snow collects in sufaces, snowflakes from a fluffy white powder that reflects light in wondrous ways.
Where do snowflakes come from
how do snowflakes form
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