Yes. But any object is a geometrical shape of some sort. Even a blob is an irregular geometric shape!
A liquid has the shape of his container; a "free" liquid, without any container has no shape and geometrical dimensions. Also the volume of the liquid is the volume of the container.
A dodecagon, like any geometrical shape can be any size that you want. They can be scaled down to microscopic size or can be scaled up so that they are millions of kilometres across.
A scorpion is larger and build differently than a spider. These are not related to each other in any way and have different functions.
The triangle is the most rigid geometrical shape. It adds great stability to the Eiffel Tower and any other structures into which it is incorporated.
Any plane figure or any three dimensional object
A geometrical curve is defined as any set of points. Therefore, counter-intuitively, a straight line is also a geometrical curve.
Area of any geometrical object
To build a fort with toothpicks you just stack them and then glue them. You can shape your fort any way that you'd like.
There are many different kinds of spiders that are brown with white spots. To properly identify them, it helps to determine if the spots are in any particular pattern, the overall body shape of the spider, and where it is living. Such a spider may be a sic-spotted fishing spider, a bold jumping spider, or an orb-weaving garden spider.
Type the words "geometric shapes" or "quadrangles" in your Search field and click on SEARCH. You will be able to view just about any geometrical shape you want.
One acre of land is an area of land which measures out to 43,560 square feet. It can be in any geometrical shape, but if it were square, it would measure about 208.71 feet on each side.