... or at least in the kitchen.
I wonder what sort of DNA you need to become so good-looking? Us humans have to suffice with shut-off cells which lets us know when to stop growing fingers, or when to start growing webs in between them, etc. but we tend to be constantly dissatisfied with our own personal cell-growth, hence all those adverts sent to some (not me, I've got a Mac - he said smugly) promising enhancement.
Christmas Cracker joke of 2011: How long are a heron's legs? Long enough to reach the ground.
Normally you need a microscope to observe spectacular cell-growth like this little cauliflower, and we would become extremely distraught if we found anything like this growing on us, but this little green vegetable looks good enough to eat - too good to eat, in fact. Spirals within spirals within spirals - where will it all end?
I remember a girl at my art school who was gobsmacked by seeing one of these in a greengrocer's (note the correct use of apostrophe, all you greengrocers) so she decided to cast it in plaster. The material she used for the negative was a hard 'Vinamould' which had a high melting temperature, so when she pulled the cauliflower from the mould, it was already cooked. Vinamould was so toxic, however, that she had to throw it away without eating it.
Sacrificed for Art.