So, everyone knows that one of the central problems of "Dino DNA" is that the shelf life of DNA is too short for reconstructing the dinosaur genome, of which nothing remains in fossils or amber, etc. However, scientists have successfully reconstructed much of the neanderthal genome, and have spliced recovered mammoth DNA into elephants. With a little work, we might be able to breed neanderthals and mammoths, and then drop them into an amusement park where visitors could watch neanderthals hunt mammoths. Obviously we'd have to invent a neanderthal mammoth hunting culture, and then teach our neanderthals to practice it, but on the plus side, we could recreate part of the ancient human diet, which included both mammoth and neanderthals, and serve it at park restaurants. Who wouldn't pay top $ to see a mammoth. It's no T Rex. But it's a mammoth! Also neanderthal sliders at the restaurants. Remember that .3% difference in the genome means it's not cannibalism. Just think about it.