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Mryia, full Mryia Jackalope, alos known as Atomhirsch, is a German furry writer and photographer.


Mryia is a fine-art photographer of abandoned places. Mryia is an active part of the German Urban Exploration (Urbex) scene under the pseudonym Atomhirsch (The name could be translated into nuclear deer).

Equipped with a Pentax K20D DSLR camera he sneaks, creeps and climbs into all kinds of abandoned buildings and places to make his artistic shots of a world after mankind. Sometimes he carries a life-sized inflatable reindeer with him as a kind of mascot, or use a deer mask to hide his face when making self-portraits while trespassing.

Fandom involvement[edit]

Mryia was known as a plushophile with a large collection of big plushies in his earlier furry life. One of his hobbies was sewing and making SPHs to make plushies anatomically correct.

He was also took commissions from all over the world and had a good reputation with his work.[citation needed] Notably, he sold two plush toys to the New York Museum of Sex - one rabbit (in a FurBid auction) and one Meeko.[1]


Mryia's furry persona is a special form of the Jackalope, the German Rasselbock, named mryia, taken from the Ukrainian language to mean dream (The English pronunciation being mreea). He normally appears as an anthropomorphic hare with deer antlers, as well as tusks like a predator. The . .


Mryia has written a lot of furry stories, many of which are erotic, although most of them are in German. Some of his most popular stories are Tales of the Jackalope and Kleiner Tiger Mikhal. Most of his literary works can be found at SoFurry.


  1. Museum of Sex exhibits modified plush toys, WikiFur News (February 18, 2007)

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