Patterns in living nature

Examples of patterns in nature, including the golden spiral, the golden ratio and fractal self-similar structures. From left to right, (a) a nautilus shell, a galaxy, a sunflower, a desert plant; (b) a storm formation, a fern bud, an ocean wave, a finger print; (c) fractal properties in a branched tree, a leaf, river bed formation, a cast of human lungs. Source

Observe recurrence of come patterns in different living organisms, the objects they make and abiotic structures. The Science Behind Nature's Patterns