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"Self-portrait" of SCP-4895

Item #: SCP-4895

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-4895 is to be contained within a standard humanoid containment cell. SCP-4895 is allowed to have access to drawing and writing materials so long as they are compliant with Foundation staff. Following Incident-Ibis all procedures involving SCP-4895 is to be approved by one Level 3 personnel and explained to them prior to tests.

Description: SCP-4895 is a human male with the top half of their head missing, having been replaced by a patch of grassy terrain. Upon the surface is a barn made from popsicle sticks of varying size, a small pond, a small fence made of toothpicks, SCP-4895-1, and SCP-4895-2.

SCP-4895-1 is a plastic humanoid figurine lacking facial features; it often wears clothes commonly associated with farming in the 1960s; SCP-4895-1 is often inanimate until SCP-4895 goes inactive. SCP-4895-2 is a sheep made of cotton balls of various sizes. Both SCP-4895-1 and SCP-4895-2 have been observed avoiding the edges of SCP-4895. Gravity does not seem to effect SCP-4895-1 and SCP-4895-2, as numerous tests have shown them to be unaffected regardless of SCP-4895's speed and position. If SCP-4895-1 and -2 are removed from SCP-4895 by any means, the previous instances will vanish and reappear on SCP-4895 within 24 hours.

Despite not having ears or eyes, SCP-4895 is able to both see and hear. When SCP-4895 is under heavy stress it will go inactive and transfer its consciousness to SCP-4895-1.

Addendum: Interview Log.XXXX.1

Interviewed: [The person, persons, or SCP being interviewed]

Interviewer: [Interviewer, can be blocked out using █]

Foreword: [Small passage describing the interview]

<Begin Log, [optional time info]>

Interviewer: [speech]

Person: [speech]

[Repeat as necessary]

<End Log, [optional time info]>

Closing Statement: [Small summary and passage on what transpired afterward]

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