A gruesome trade in ‘missing link’ specimens began with early evolutionary/racist ideas. But this trade really ‘took off’ with the advent of Darwinism.

In a previous Creation magazine we related evidence that perhaps 10,000 dead bodies of Australia’s Aboriginal people were shipped to British museums in a frenzied attempt to prove the widespread belief that they were the ‘missing link’.1 Now a major item in a leading Australian weekly, The Bulletin, reveals shocking new facts.2 Some of the points covered in the article, written by Australian journalist David Monaghan, include:

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