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The snowflake world
Transcript of The snowflake world
Jenna Palermo class 504
80% of all freshwater on earth is frozon as ice or snow.
Shapes and sizes
How they are made
An average snowflake is made up of 108 billion molecules of water. Around 12% of earths land surface is covered in permanent snow or ice. If a storm is not lasting for 3 hours or more it is a snowstorm not a blizzard. This shows how snowstorms are made and how they are not made and shows how a snowflake is made up of.
Snowflakes are very different from each other. Snowflakes have 6 sides. They should always look clear. In 1887 the world’s largest snowflake was 15 inches across and 18 inches thick. This shows how snowflakes are different and alike from each other and how they look.
The average snowflake falls at a speed of 3.1 miles per hour or 5 kilometers
Chionophobia is a fear of snow