(Chapter 18) Footnote 75:

This unusually purple sentence (even for Vesalius), divided into three for translation, purports to blame Galen’s editors and interpreters for the absurdities attributed to Galen. The Chimaera, combining the anatomy of lion, goat, and serpent, is no stranger than the anatomical mismatches attributed to Galen, who was, Vesalius argues, describing the sacrum and coccyx of a monkey.