The desperate need of evolutionists to find a missing link has contributed to some inexcusably gross scientific boo-boos. The most notable of these was Nebraska Man. A pig’s tooth, found by Harold Cook in 1922, was proclaimed by the eminent evolutionist Dr. Henry Fairfield Osborne (Then head of the department of paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History), to belong to the first anthropoid (man-like) ape of America, which he named Hesperopithecus (“western ape”). The Illustrated London News for June 24, 1922, printed an artist’s impression of the tooth’s owner as an upright-standing apeman, showing the shape of his body, head, nose, ears, hair, etc., together with his wife, domestic animals, and tools. This highlights the fact that fossils of so-called “hominids” are often only fragments of bones which, when combined with a huge dose of imagination, are transformed into apemen.