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Snow, Air Masses, Questions and Answers
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|Title: Answer 039|
Concept: No two snowflakes are alike...especially since most flakes are clumps of many individual snow crystals. But snow crystals, though often having similar shapes (stars, dendrites, needles, etc.) are never truly identical.
Detail: 039A See also the companion Question Slide: type 039Q into the search space on the left side of the screen and press the "search" button.