Some sources have pointed out that some stones are fakes or hoaxes. While there clearly modern stone carvings sold by Peruvian even through modern day, which are sold at flea markets as souvenirs these are not “fakes” but they simply are modern handmade sculptures. Any fakes intended to pass as original ancient stones did not surface until many years after the original discoveries of Dr. Javier. These sort of fakes are better described as forgeries. These forgeries were created likely as means to cash in on the excitement of the ancient stones or perhaps for another reason.
Regardless of the reason for such forgeries, they do not negate the empirical evidence supplied by the majority of the documented specimens categorized by Dr. Javier. In the recent decades many stones have been carefully examined scientifically and have been determined to be authentic.
Scientists continue to debate and validate these specimens stone by stone and the mystery of these carvings remains alive. The clear question is: How could humans depict dinosaurs so accurately without being eyewitnesses of these mighty reptiles? Such stones remain a serious threat to evolution and are therefore scornfully discredited and belittled.