Fractal Tetrahedra (Mitsubishi Logo in 3D)

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A tetrahedron is removed from each edge of a tetrahedron. If the size of the removed tetrahedra is one-third of the original tetrahedron, then the remaining polyhedron can be regarded as a three-dimensional Mitsubishi logo. The removed tetrahedra can be further divided in the same manner, producing a fractal structure.

Contributed by: Sándor Kabai (June 2012)
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