I kid you not: all we need to do is apply selective breeding to obtain high-cellulose seaweed and get a huge feedstock of renewable ethanol fuel for transportation.... Farmers decorate square-shaped watermelons with ribbons before shipping them to an agricultural cooperative in Zentsuji, western Japan, on Monday June 17, 2002. The watermelons, developed to save space in refrigerators, are priced at a whopping 10,000 yen (US$80) each. Some 450 to 500 watermelons will be sent to department stores and other places in Tokyo and Osaka - for display rather than eating. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!