Mark Witton and Darren Naish are vertebrate palaeontologists based at the University of Portsmouth. Darren works on predatory dinosaurs and completed his Ph.D. on them in 2006 – but he is also involved in research on sauropod dinosaurs and pterosaurs. Mark is still working on his pterosaur-based Ph.D. and should have finished it by.. well, some time in the near future. For more information on Darren visit his biography page at Tetrapod Zoology; everything you might want to know about Mark can be found at his world-famous, Science-endorsed flickr site.

3 Responses to “Witton & Naish”

  1. Amin Khaleghparast Says:

    please send me address email of Mark Witton and Darren Naish.
    Best Regards,Amin(from IRAN)

  2. markwitton Says:

    Amin,

    You can find my contact details at the <a href=”http://www.port.ac.uk/staffessentials/departments/academic/earthandenvironmentalsciences/stafflist/”University of Portsmouth website, while Darren’s can be found at Tetrapod Zoology.

    Cheers,

    Mark

  3. Amin Khaleghparast Says:

    Hello
    Dear Mark Witton
    Thank you for your answers.
    My name is Amin Khaleghparast.I am an Iranian student of Genetic(master of Science) From Islamic Azad University(science and research Unit).
    Thank you for your beautiful drawings about prehistoric Reptiles.I like your drawings very much.I always watch your nice drawings in Flickr and Wikipedia.
    Would you send my Email your drawing about “Pteranodon in the sky” with very large Dimensions(for Example: 2466×4088)?
    Would you send my Email your drawing about “Dimorphodon in the sky” with very large Dimensions(for Example: 2466×4088)?
    Best Regards,Amin(from IRAN)
    keyvan_1878@yahoo.com


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