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L. Rutimeyer, a professor of zoology and comparative anatomy, at the University of Basel, reviewed Haeckel's work and exposed the fraud (Rutimeyer 1868). He stated, "There is considerable manufacturing of scientific evidence perpetrated. Yet the author has been very careful not to let the reader become aware of this state of affairs" Rutimeyer showed that the prints of dog and human embryo were not simply similar, but were one and the same woodcut print. He also pointed out that the prints of tortoise, chicken, and dog were also from the same woodcut print. As evidence, he looked up the Bischoff dog embryo print that Haeckel claimed he obtained from Bischoff and showed that it did not look like the one published by Haeckel alongside the supposedly human embryo (the two of which were identical).