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many people don't know what snowflakes are made of. Snowflak
Transcript of many people don't know what snowflakes are made of. Snowflak
Many people don't know what snowflakes are made of. Snowflakes are made of tiny ice ice crystals. Many people may think there made of frozen raindrops but there not. there also made of snow crystals stuck together. This is what snowflakes are made of.
How do they form?
Many people wonder how snowflakes form. snowflakes form when water vapor changes straight to ice without turning into water.Then it falls. This is how snowflakes form.
Where and when do snowflakes fall?
Snowflakes all in different places when it's really cold. They fall when it's extremely cold. Not when it's just a degree or 2 below freezing. It falls a lot in California Mountains and in the island of Hokkaido in Japan. This is where and when snowflakes fall.
What do they look like?
You don't really know what snowflakes look like. They come in varieties of shapes and sizes. So they can be small and another can be bigger. But we do know the color is not white. so people are not really sure what they look like.
Did you know? facts
Here are some facts that you may not know.
There was a myth that there were 2 identical snowflakes. Small snowflakes are called diamond dust. They can be as small a diameter of a person's hair. so there's a few facts that you might have not known about snowflakes