Marine organisms and insects produce intricate structures as well. For example, scallops and clams grow shells with corrugated ridges, providing a distinctive structural form. The shell of the nautilus — a type of nacre shell, or mother of pearl — is particularly interesting due to its resemblance to a logarithmic spiral.
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