Fibonacci pattern in nature: The Milky Way has several spiral arms, each a logarithmic spiral of 12 degrees. Contrary to Newtonian physics, the stars on the outside move at a higher velocity than expected, a unique trait of the cosmos that helps the cosmos preserve its shape.
Fractals: they’re famously found in nature and artists have created some incredible renderings as well. Fractals are purely a wonder – too irregular for Euclidean geometry; iterative and recursive and seemingly infinite. They turn up in food and germs, plants and animals, mountains and water and sky. Here are seventeen stunning examples: