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April Question of the Month for Geometry

Artist Maurits C. Escher exploited tessellations of the plane in his designs. Suppose that a tessellation consists exclusively of equilateral triangles. From the center of each triangle, segments join the centers of the three adjacent triangles, forming a second grid. What is the form of the new grid? Your solution must include a picture.