Snowflakes are crystals of frozen water. Snowflakes are based on six
sided hexagonal structure. The interesting fact is depending on the
forces of nature that include the temperature, humidity, atmospheric
pressure and velocity of the wind the snow flakes exhibit a great variety
of variations on the theme of hexagons.
The bees construct similar shaped hexagonal pockets to house the honey.
What's interesting is the fact that hexagonal shapes take the least
amount of beeswax to contain the largest amount of honey. The bees somehow
seemed to be programmed to construct a comb.
Soap bubbles seem to demonstrate nature's elegant principles. The soap
bubbles produce a structure in which surface area relative to volume