In 1912, the 'Piltdown Man' fossils were credited as the great 'missing link' between apes and humans, but by 1953, they had been debunked as a fraud. Since then, one thing has remained. Who created these false artifacts, and why?
Researchers from the Liverpool John Moores University in the UK decided to take on this task of finding out who was guilty once and for all. They found that the bones are really half orangutan and half human bones from two different people.