In the Fibonacci sequence<br>each new number comes<br>from adding up the two before<br>and figuring the sum.<br><br>This number set is used to plot<br>a graceful curving line<br>that's often found in nature<br>as part of its design. <br><br>Fibonacci creatures<br>have a certain body part<br>which fits the winding, coiling shape<br>that spirals on this chart.<br><br>These parts are most important<br>the help the beasts survice.<br>Finding food and fighting foes<br>can keep each one alive. <BR><BR><i>Continues...</i> <!-- copyright notice --> <br></pre> <blockquote><hr noshade size='1'><font size='-2'> Excerpted from <b>Wild Fibonacci</b> by <b>Joy N. Hulme</b> Copyright © 2005 by Joy N. Hulme. Excerpted by permission.<br> All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.<br>Excerpts are provided by Dial-A-Book Inc. solely for the personal use of visitors to this web site.