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Due to multiple discoveries of SCP-XXXX-2 in Foundation Personnel, whether from vetting or based on Incident-XXXX-22 through XXXX-35, new containment procedures have been instituted by Dr. Jelen as of 01/22/2018 for SCP-XXXX-1. Those working in Site-██ without clearance to know specifics, be on the lookout for suspicious activity from all personnel and pink tint of the iris. Those with clearance 2/XXXX, see — paragraph of Description and Addendum XXXX-04 for more details.

We don't have anything more as of this time regarding Incident XXXX-22 to XXXX-35, how many were involved, or if SCP-XXXX-2 instances still exist within Site-██, Area-████, Site-19, or any other facility that has been in contact with SCP-XXXX instances or have contributed to research regarding it.

Until such time that an update on the situation is conveyed, be advised that Foundation Security is under the assumption that all activities at aforementioned facilities are under third-party surveillance. Said party is unknown at the time, but based on aforementioned incidents, intent is assumed to be malicious.

Be vigilant, be safe,

— Director Jason Rosendale of Foundation Security


SCP-XXXX-1-C sitting on the wall of Observation Room ███, seemingly operating in .

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Instances of SCP-XXXX-1 are to be contained in an enclosure determined by the future number captured and contained by the Foundation. At the time of writing, the four (4) active instances of SCP-XXXX-1 are to be contained in a 38" x 18" x 48" titanium cage, stored in Observation Room ███ at Site-██, with two armed guards posted at the entrance to vet incoming research personnel and monitor said personnel within the chamber. Security personnel have clear instructions to remove and restrain research personnel interacting with SCP-XXXX-1 instances if there is sufficient visual and contextual evidence to conclude an ulterior motive is being enacted through interactions with SCP-XXXX-1.

Visual evidence is constituted as: any action or actions by research personnel interacting with SCP-XXXX-1 instance that seems to deviate heavily from the planned experiment. Said plan is to be briefed to both guards to determine consistency. Immediate action should be taken if a pink tint is observed in any of the research personnel's irises.

If there is sufficient contextual evidence, guards should be briefed and advised of the potential hazard it could pose and wait for visual confirmation. If suspicious activity is observed without any contextual briefing and advisement,

any of the following occurs or is observed:

  • Major deviation from the given experiment plan.
  • Deliberate attempt at theft of an SCP-XXXX-1 instance or instances.
  • Deliberate attempt at theft of a component of an SCP-XXXX-1 instance.
  • Deliberate attempt to destroy an instance of SCP-XXXX-1.
  • Deliberate attempt to destroy the Observation Room or cage containing instances of SCP-XXXX-1.

Description: Instances of both SCP-XXXX-1 and SCP-XXXX-2 appear to be members of hemidactylus frenatus. In general, these instances will exhibit behavior consistent with behavior of regular versions of the animal. Feeding, mating, and other natural behaviors are included in this, however SCP-XXXX instances feeding do not excrete after ingesting food, and mating does not result in reproduction. This would suggest that these behaviors or only aesthetic, and meant to give off the appearance that SCP-XXXX instances are what they appear to be; the Common House Gecko.

The external appearance and skin of SCP-XXXX appear to be natural to the touch, further testing has revealed that it is made of a distinct silicon-based fiber, seemingly manufactured to appear and feel like the skin of hemidactylus frenatus. Dissection of the remains of SCP-XXXX-1-A have revealed that the interior is made of


An instance of SCP-XXXX-1 in D-59924 after converting itself into the subject's right kidney.


Captured inoperative instance of SCP-XXXX-2

Addendum: [Optional additional paragraphs].