Draw me a scutoid: Scientists discover new shape

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NEW ORLEANS -- By now you've probably heard of the shape that scientists have discovered called the scutoid.  It is a new shape to math, but not new to nature.

According to scientists, the scutoid is the shape that a group of cells in the body form in the curves of the organs.  Scientists define this shape as looking like a bent prism with five slightly slanted sides and one of the corners is cut off.

News with a Twist Reporter Kenny Lopez hit the streets to see if anyone could actually draw this shape!

Here's what the scutoid actually looks like.

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