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Mark could refer to:
- Mark Merlino, also known as Sylys Sable, often identified as one of the founding members of furry fandom and co-founder and director of ConFurence.
- Mark Freid, also known as Canuss, a former furry artist.
- Mark Loggins, a troll who used to frequent alt.fan.furry under the alias Random.
- Mark Bodé, the creator of the comic Miami Mice, and son of the late underground comix cartoonist Vaughn Bodé.
- Mark Stanley, an artist, and creator of the furry webcomic Freefall.
- Mark Wulfgar is a furry artist from Mexico.
- Mark Allen Davis, also known as Miko, a anime fan fiction writer.
- The Adam's Mark, a hotel in Philadelphia that hosted Anthrocon 2001 through Anthrocon 2004.
- Mark Barnard, co-creator with artist-animator Terrie Smith of the comic book Havoc Inc.
- Mark Wallace, also known as William Blackfox, was an artist and member of the SCA (deceased).
- Mark Stretch, an artist who specializes in human and furry artwork involving pregnancy, hypertrophism, PE (penis xxpansion), and similar themes.
- Mark D. Ashworth, also known as Th' Mole, a furry artist and former member of Rowrbrazzle.
- Mark Escobedo, also known as Zyph (full name Zyphxion Zephyr), an furry artist from San Diego, California, USA.
- Mark Brill, also known WerePuppy, a furry artist.
- Mark Brown, also known as Kipper, a toony artist.
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