September 26, 2001

Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani, chairman of the Islamic Supreme Council of America, talks with Todd about Muslim reaction to the recent attacks on New York City and Washington, D.C. He talks about reaction from the Arab American communities, and the misconceptions Americans have about the Muslim religion.

Male gorillas have been seen splashing and jumping into water for attention. Researchers believe that they could be asserting themselves to other gorilla groups, or simply showing off. Richard Parnell, of the Scottish Primate Research Group at the University of Sterling in Scotland, tells Todd about this gorilla behavior, and what it could mean.

Journalist Elizabeth Royte spent a year on Panama's Barro Colorado Island among researchers who were conducting work to save the rainforest. She wrote about the scientists, their work, and what their discoveries about the animals could mean to the rainforest. Her book is "The Tapir's Morning Bath".
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