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Fractal

A fractal is a structure that you can self-replicate geometrically in a smaller or miniature copy of itself indefinitely. This characteristic is called self-similarity.

Fractals can be found all over nature and in math. Some examples include: seashells, snow flakes, lightnings, broccoli, ferns, and pineapples.

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