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We've discovered a new rule of nature. It explains why animals' pointy parts grow the way they do

By Alistair Evans, Associate Professor, Monash University
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Teeth, horns, claws, beaks, shells and even plant prickles — the power cascade rule can be observed far and wide throughout nature, much like the famous golden ratio.

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