By J. S. Weiner
For many years the continues to be of fossils present in Piltdown, England have been believed to return from a "missing link," a creature with a human skull and an ape's jaw. Dr. Weiner indicates how he chanced on the reality approximately those continues to be, and went directly to divulge one of many world's maximum clinical frauds.
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1894, 39, p. ninety seven. 27. Letter to Woodward, three November 1903. 28. Exhibited, Hastings, 1909: Mr. Downes informs me that the item isn't a prick spur and can't be pointed out. 29. Letter to Woodward, thirteen July 1909.