David Suzuki is a Canadian scientist, broadcaster and environmentalist. He is famous for his award-winning science research and his educational science programs on TV and the radio. (Born on March David Suzuki, The Huffington Post)
After two decades of examining a microscopic algae-eater that lives in a lake in Norway, scientists have declared it to be one of the world’s oldest living organisms and human’s remotest relative. The elusive, single-cell creature evolved about a billion years ago and did not fit in any of the known categories of living organisms – it was not an animal, plant, parasite, fungus or alga, they say.