Should we be reviving extinct species, Jurassic Park-style, just because we can? The science is almost there, and we may see long-extinct species like the wooly mammoth and passenger pigeon live and breath again. But should "de-extinction" really have a place in conservation? Listen in to the Tooth and Claw debate.
Arguing in favour of de-extinction science is Michael Archer, whose lab is at the cutting-edge of the field, working to bring back the gastric brooding frog
from extinction. Meanwhile, Fred Guterl, the executive edtior of Scientific American magazine, defends his magazine's editorial stance