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shapes and sizes

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J Kostenbader

on 4 February 2016

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The Amazing Snowflakes
Shapes and Sizes
How They Form
Snowflakes form when freezing water freezes onto pollen or dust particles fron the sky. Then the frozen particles come down into snowflakes.
Fun Facts
The smallest snowflakes are called Diamond Dust crystals. About a million billion snowflakes fall each second, averaged over a typical year.
Snowflakes shapes and sizes are all different. A snowflake was once 38 centimeters wide and 20 centimeters thick. Some shapes and sizes are bigger than our hand and some are smaller than our hand.
By, Valentina Fanetti 504
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