This little creature could’ve slotted straight into the Madagasca film. Alas, at a mere 29mm long it may have been too tiny…but this is the brookesia micra, the smallest chameleon in the world. It’s suggested that this type of miniaturization called island dwarfism is common in island populations and may occur due to limited resources and pressure to reproduce more rapidly.
Generatingfuels from biomass is on the rise and here scientists have been able to convert biopetroleum from microalgae into diesel fuels. http://www.biologynews.net/archives/2012/01/11/algae_for_your_fuel_tank.html
This is another step towards the challenge of providing sustainable fuels.