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One big Pyramorphix with four attached smaller Pyramorphixes.

This puzzle is based on the geometry of a 2nd-order Sierpinski triangle. At first glance, it's not immediately obvious how it turns - but with the aid of hyperbolic cuts its true nature becomes clear. See images 2-3.
Essentially, it is a Pyramorphix where each corner is another, smaller Pyramorphix. With a large enough puzzle, this pattern can be repeated ad infinitum. Thus, this puzzle has a truly fractal geometry.



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