About the pictures

Microscopic pictures of snowflakes
Hexagonal pattern in a bee hive
Close up of a bee
The eye of a bee coverd in dandelion pollen, magnified 120 times.
https://www.nikonsmallworld.com/galleries/2015-photomicrography-competition/eye-of-a-honey-bee
Theese types of eyes that are coverd in a hexagonal patterns are called “compound eye”.
Most insects, like bees, butterflies and fruit flies have them.

Saturn
2:52 New york times – The hexagonal storm on Saturnus:
https://youtu.be/LcmNMWG9vqA
Planet Jupiter
4:47 Nasa – Video about Jupiter:
https://youtu.be/txNjILemtsw
Plankton and algae bloom in the baltic sea.
Nasa Satellite picture
4:22 Nasa – Ocean & wind currents and information.
https://youtu.be/6hD52H7rQak
3:02 Nasa – Ocean currents in the world:
https://youtu.be/CCmTY0PKGDs
Storm Saomai
Nasa Satellite picture.
2:12 Nasa – video about storms and winds:
https://youtu.be/h1eRp0EGOmE
1:09 Noaa:
https://youtu.be/W8Yn0soWGjY
Galaxy Ngc6814
3:45 National geographic – About the Andromeda galaxy:
https://youtu.be/4VX6Nh6YLYk
Aloe plant
Sea shell
Snail
pteropod “wing-head” mollusk
Sea horse
Transcaspian urial sheep
Tail of a chamelion
Fern
“The koru is the birth of a frond on a ponga fern (Cyathea dealbata) and is also known as the “silver fern”
Octupus
Milliepied
Lightning
Branches on a tree
Roots of a plant or tree
Rivers and snow in the himalayas.
Fat in meat
The human eye
Slime mold
Soft corals and marine animals – Indonesia
Huge crack / fissle in Arizona
Rapid infilling of a fresh earth fissure in southern Pinal County, Arizona
In the video, you can even see this pattern in the way the trees are growing in the surrounding area aswell.
Drone footage:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rbd1sWPTxyk&feature=emb_logo

See a salamander grow from a single cell.
1 cell becomes 2, 2 becomes 4, 4 becomes 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256 and so on.
You, me, the lemurs in the trees, the snakes in the desert or the blue whale, all started from a single cell.
6:27 Timelapse – National geographics:
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/animals/2019/02/time-lapse-film-shows-salamander-development/