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Item #: SCP-XXXX Level 3/XXXX
Object Class: Safe Classified


Photo of PoI-XXXX prior to transformation.

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a standard zoological enclosure for observation with a consistent diet of seagrasses, seaweed, sponges, and worms. Non-essential items such as ginger hard-candy, biscuits, and knitting supplies requested by SCP-XXXX are to be cross-verified with Level-3 marine biologists. Approved items are to be laced with Class-A amnestics and appropriate cholinesterase inhibitors. Blood transfusion and medication is to be administered by intravenous or intramuscular injection1 through extraspatial orifices.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a sentient hybrid humanoid with Lepidochelys kempii2 DNA diagnosed with dementia. SCP-XXXX has dorsoventrally depressible appendages protruding from localized, extra-spatial openings on the sides of its cartilaginous shell.

Upon perceiving a scenario that threatens its survival, SCP-XXXX's adrenal glands prompt Hume-enhanced catecholamines3 to arouse a fight-or-flight response within itself. Muscle, bone, and other forms of connective tissue recede via ontokinetic entryways. What remains are thick transparent layers made of dermal bone that encase the entryways and appear as barred windows or hermetically sealed doors.

All objects held by SCP-XXXX experience gravitational collapse leading into its ontokinetic entryways. Subsequently, they are reassembled on a subatomic level to their original state when relocated in SCP-XXXX's internal extradimensional space. Explorations endeavored by MEDI-drones4 into SCP-XXXX record a complex series of architecture, stairways, hallways, and furniture cascading alongside another. Manipulation and movement of freestanding architecture and limbs are determined by SCP-XXXX.

PET5 scans reveal the physical space beneath dermal bone to be completely vacuous. Extensive bruising, scarring and lacerations have been observed near its pectoral girdle whereas its pelvic girdle has experienced damage consistent with peeling, burning, skin necrosis, and internal trauma. Aggressive tumors grow around flesh leading to its head. A convex deformity possibly caused by blunt force trauma received by a large propeller or vehicle is present on its shell.


Foreward: After a winter storm on December 9th, 2017 in Seoul, South Korea, Foundation field agents located and detained SCP-XXXX. A humanitarian aid officer had identified the humanoid in a relatively dormant state by coincidence whilst investigating the disappearance of unidentified homeless individuals, last seen taking refuge in a parking lot. Field assets responded to telecommunication taps and eventually brought SCP-XXXX to a Foundation-owned hospital for observation.
1st 2017/12/13

Interview Log:

Proceeding MEDI-drone Expeditions


SCP-XXXX possesses either an entity that lives inside of it or


Something goes here…

2nd 2017/12/15
3rd 2018/01/01
4th 2018/01/02

Proceeding MEDI-drone Expeditions


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