National Geographic Dino Autopsy (2010)
Dino Autopsy: They call him Dakota, one of the most complete dinosaur mummies ever discovered, and after 67 million years of rest, National Geographic will bring him to life in Dino Autopsy. This rare find is one of the most important dinosaur discoveries in recent time. It makes every other dinosaur weve seen look like road kill, according to Dr. Phil Manning, the paleontologist leading the research. Unlike previous fossil finds of just bones and teeth, Dakota has survived millions of years still intact, with fossilised skin, tissue and perhaps even muscles, organs and DNA - a complete 3-dimensional dinosaur. Join Manning and his team of scientists at The University of Manchester, as they unearth the tomb and unlock the secrets of this prehistoric treasure, bringing us closer than ever before to how dinosaurs really looked, moved and survived in National Geographics Dino Autopsy.