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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe Euclid

Special Containment Procedures:

The immediate perimeter of SCP-XXXX is to be patrolled by security officers dressed in clothing relevant to cover story (XXXXX) ("Hazardous Material Cleanup"). All liquids are to be thoroughly examined for extraterrestrial lifeforms and other anomalous properties. Any lifeforms discovered are to be reviewed, screened for anomalous properties, and either disposed of1 or cataloged according to the results of the screening. The entrance to SCP-XXXX-1 is to be guarded by security officers with waterproofed communications equipment. Guards are to report any deviations in normal behaviors. Any sighted entities are to be reported immediately to the current commander of Mobile Task Force Lambda-7.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a water filtration plant located in ████████, Florida, which draws water from an unknown source draws various liquids from a pocket dimension classified as SCP-XXXX-1. Limited exploration of SCP-XXXX-1 reveals that liquids, despite their proximity to each other, will never bond with other liquids inside of SCP-XXXX-1.2 It was previously thought that SCP-XXXX-1 contained liquids only from Earth, and was completely sterile. However, further explorations revealed [REDACTED]. See Addendum XXXX-2 for more details. Explorations into SCP-XXXX-1 have been suspended indefinitely.

Discovery: SCP-XXXX was discovered after The Foundation received a tip about a water plant that produced urine. The company that owned SCP-XXXX sold it to the Foundation after the story spread. All involved were administered Class A amnestics, and an urban legend was promoted using a disinformation campaign.

Addendum XXXX-1: Notable Liquids Recovered From SCP-XXXX-1
█/██/██: Human Urine. Event lead to shutdown of SCP-XXXX and initial containment. DNA Testing remained inconclusive.
6/28/ ██: Magma. [DATA EXPUNGED] with the structural integrity of SCP-XXXX remaining unharmed. Magma was allowed to filter back into SCP-XXXX-1.
3/14/ ██: Distilled Water. Water cannot react to any other substances introduced. Samples collected and held for additional testing.
9/17/ ██:
4/23/ ██: Event
█/██/██: Normal Water. However, the water contained lifeforms not seen on Earth before. Exploration into SCP-XXXX-1 was authorized, with the goal of finding a potential source for SCP-XXXX.

*Addendum XXXX-2: Initial Exploration Into SCP-XXXX-1
Because of the events of █/██/██, and the lifeforms discovered within, an exploration into SCP-XXXX-1 was authorized. It was decided a drone would be used, because of the unpredictable and potentially dangerous nature of liquids drawn from SCP-XXXX-1.

The camera comes online as the lens is cleaned by the Head Researcher of SCP-XXXX, Doctor ████. The doctor drops the drone into SCP-XXXX, currently filtering liquid radon. The drone's rear propeller is engaged, and the drone begins to move against the current, into the entrance of SCP-XXXX-1. Contact is lost with the camera from approximately 2 minutes. Connection is reestablished with the drone, still moving through liquid radon.

The drone is equipped with a sample analyzer and collector, reverse engineered from [REDACTED]. Samples are periodically analyzed, with no anomalies detected.

After several minutes of travel, the drone has moved an estimated distance of 40 meters. It appears to reach the boundary of liquid radon, with the next liquid visible. No reactions are observed with the two liquids. The sample analyzer identifies the next liquid as liquid silicon, although is is anomalously transparent. After some deliberation from the control room, the drone is piloted through into the liquid silicon.