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Dinosaurs: Return To Life? is a documentary film by Discovery Channel. It was released in 2012. It discusses the possibility of recreating dinosaurs as shown in Jurassic Park. Most of the time (50 min) is filled with Jack Horner's discovery of proteins and soft tissue in dinosaur bones and the Chickenosaurus project. It also used footage from the Discovery Channel documentaries When Dinosaurs Roamed America and Dinosaur Planet (not to be confused with BBC's Planet Dinosaur).
It shows the discovery of DNA in Amber by Poinar and Cano. Cano shows how DNA is extracted from amber-entombed insects.
Jack Horner and Mary Schweitzer tell about the discovery of proteins and soft tissue in dinosaur bones.
Hans Larsson explains how dinosaurs could be recreated by reverse evolve modern chickens.