This is a very elegant solid obtained from a "polychoron" in 4 dimensions (a **358 proh** as a Jonathan Bowers' acrostic abbreviated name); but it is a good polyhedron in its own right in 3 dimensions: [F= 256; V= 192; E= 480; genus: g= 17] [E+2=482(-F-V)=34=2g] I offer 2 views of the animal, which is a **discosi-hexapentacontahedron** (256 faces) with symmetry **Oh** (**octahedral complete**, the same of the cube); faces are of no less than 13 different types; please be happy, everybody!..
@isaacc Kinda reminds me of the rubic's cube
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