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The world of snowflakes

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J Kostenbader

on 4 February 2016

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Transcript of The world of snowflakes

How Do Snowflakes Form?
Snowflakes are formed by water

vapor.

They form when the temperature is below freezing point.


Their shape is based on the temperature.
HOW DO SNOWFLAKES FALL?
They fall at 1 to 6 feet per second.

They fall in 1 of 35 types.


Fun facts about snowflakes
Scientists use the term "snow crystals" more than snowflakes.

Snowflakes are similar to the human fingerprint.
more fun facts!
They have 6 main types, but dont always fall in those shapes.

Snowflakes are actually ice crystals.

Snowflakes form in the clouds.
Snowflakes appearance
The world of snowflakes
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Snowflakes are categorized in 1 of 6 main types

They fall in 1 of 35 shapes.

No snowflakes are exactly the same.

They all have 6 sides.


Snowflakes!
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