Vratislav Mazák

Vratislav Mazák (; June 22, 1937 – September 9, 1987) was a Czech biologist who specialised in paleoanthropology, mammalogy and taxonomy. He was also a painter, often illustrating his books about animals and men.

Born at Kutná Hora, he was a professor at the Charles University's Faculty of Science and worked as a zoologist at the Prague National Museum. With Colin Groves, Mazák described, named and classified the early hominin ''Homo ergaster''. He also described the tiger subspecies ''Panthera tigris corbetti''.

He died in Prague. Provided by Wikipedia
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