The movie Jurassic Park was a super-hit in the $90$s. The movie shows scientists creating live dinosaurs by replicating dinosaur $DNA$ found inside an insect that had bitten dinosaur centuries back and was then trapped in amber. Though such a feat has not been accomplished in the real world, yet one day modern science will possibly succeed in recreating prehistoric creatures in a similar manner.
All of the following assumptions underlie the conclusion of the passage above $EXCEPT$ :
- the genetic information in $DNA$ is sufficient to permit the recreation of an entire animal.
- it will someday be possible to accurately replicate $DNA$ in a laboratory.
- enough $DNA$ can be extracted from an insect to recreate an entire animal.
- scientists will never fully understand how $DNA$ functions.