The definition of an origami base is the simplest geometric structure that has all the points and flaps required by your model. There are traditional bases which have been used in Japan for centuries, such as the bird base, the frog base, and the fish base. These are typically named after the traditional models folded from the corrosponding bases. In modern times, much more complex bases have been designed for many legged arthropods and such.

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