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Item#: XXXX
Level3
Containment Class:
safe
Secondary Class:
{$secondary-class}
Disruption Class:
vlam
Risk Class:
notice

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Magnified image of SCP-XXXX-1

Special Containment Procedures: The warehouse in Porto Alegre, Brazil containing all instances of SCP-XXXX, hereafter referred to as location-of-interest XXXX (LoI-XXXX) has been bought by the Foundation and labeled as condemned. Non-living matter may not be placed inside of SCP-XXXX for non-research purposes. Disposal of items in SCP-XXXX is prohibited.

Description: SCP-XXXX refers to a collection of black "spots" on the floor and walls of LoI-XXXX. Instances of SCP-XXXX range from 4 to 260cm. in diameter. Instances of SCP-XXXX are entrances to a non-euclidian space.

There are no light sources within SCP-XXXX, making it appear black. Non-living matter inside of SCP-XXXX appears to rapidly disintegrate. Living matter is unaffected. Black particles visually similar to coal dust, hereby referred to as SCP-XXXX-1 float around inside of SCP-XXXX, often landing on living organisms that enter SCP-XXXX.

Exploration Log XXXX:

Date: 1/3/2002

Foreword: Due to SCP-XXXX's anomalous properties, all recording devices were placed outside of SCP-XXXX.


D-70844: You want me to go into that?

Researcher Yates: Eventually. Right now, we just need you to touch the floor of SCP-XXXX.

D-70844: Alright. I guess I can do that.

(D-70844 reaches into the largest instance of SCP-XXXX and pulls his hand back)

D-70844: What was that?!

Researcher Yates: Is there a problem?

D-70844: The damn thing ate my sleeve!

(D-70844 presents his right arm. All parts of his sleeve that entered SCP-XXXX are missing)

Researcher Yates: Were you able to determine whether or not SCP-XXXX has a floor?

D-70844:

Researcher Yates:

D-70844 goes in, doesn't find anything, and gets covered in SCP-XXXX-1


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