THREE SEPARATE RECONSTRUCTIONS FROM THE SAME FOSSIL
1. The drawing is dated April 5, 1964 Sunday Times
2. Maurice Wilson, drawing
3. N. Parker's drawing. N. Geographic, September 1960
These three totally different reconstructions based on the fossil Zinjanthropus are an excellent example of how imaginatively evolutionists often interpret fossils.
So far have evolutionists gone in their adoption of evolution as a dogma that they can even ascribe very different faces to the same skull to provide supposed evidence for their theories.
The three totally different reconstructions produced for the fossil known as Australopithecus robustus (Zinjanthropus) are a well-known example of this attitude. (See Australopithecus.)