Chameleon tail: The simplest form of self-similarity in nature seems to be from the Fibonacci spiral, which occurs as an organism grows such that its proportions remain constant. It is a simple recurrence of pattern and ratios that create beautiful forms.
Spiral Aloe - Endangered native of the Maluti Mountains in Lesotho, Africa. Grows in rock crevices at high altitudes, Only alpine member of the genus Aloe. Threats to populations of spiral aloe include overgrazing, unsustainable harvesting by plant enthusiasts and people interested in its medicinal properties, and increasing rarity of its pollinator, the Malachite Sunbird.