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The Amazing World of Snowflakes

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J Kostenbader

on 25 February 2016

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Transcript of The Amazing World of Snowflakes

The biggest snowflake ever landed was 15 inches wide and 8 inches thick. It was found on January 28, 1887.It must have had a lot of clay, biological particles, and dust!

What was the Biggest Snowflake?
Appearance
Snowflakes could be one ice crystal. Or much more. Biological particles, dust, and clay make snowflakes efficient. Most people think frozen raindrops are what we call snowflakes. That's why most people are wrong. That is sleet.
How snowflakes form

Although most people think snowflakes are white, they really aren't. Snowflakes are made of clear ice crystals. Every snowflake is similar in many ways. One way is that every snowflake is the same color. One way they are different is that they can be different shapes and sizes.
Thank you for watching The Amazing World of Snowflakes!!!
The End
Pictures of Snowflakes
Most snowflakes are big enough that we can see them. But some can be so small that we can't even see them! The smallest kind of snowflake is a Diamond Dust Crystal.
What Sizes Can Snowflakes Be?
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