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Item #: SCP - XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a large 900 cubic meter cell to allow it to stretch out. SCP-XXXX is very sensitive to light, and as such, the room should be kept very dim to allow it to exist in a comfortable state. The substance that SCP-XXXX secretes should be carefully collected on a routine basis to be checked for any chemical changes. The cell that SCP-XXXX resides in should consist of reinforced steel with an abundance of small holes poked through to allow oxygen to enter the chamber, while also keeping XXXX contained.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a failed chemical experiment, taking the form of a pile of a black non-Newtonian fluid that bubbles periodically. SCP-XXXX has the ability to expand itself indefinitely by taking in oxygen. Extensive research shows that the oxygen SCP-XXXX takes in squishes its molecular structures together before spreading them out, causing its mass to rapidly increase.

The presence of light within SCP-XXXX’s chamber will cause it to react violently and let out a loud sound that researchers have defined as ‘screaming’. As prolonged exposure of light to SCP-XXXX continues, its form will shrink further and further. Scientists assume that if left in light too long, it will completely dissipate.

It is possible for SCP-XXXX to kill people, and it shows signs of discrimination with its victims. Upon its early containment, it managed to suffocate the scientist that discovered it by depleting all of the oxygen in the room. However, when placed in a room with a common house cat, SCP-XXXX remained docile, and the cat came out alive.

SCP-XXXX may also take the form of another being, still maintaining a viscous black appearance, but mimicking the figure of an animal it has been exposed to. SCP-XXXX seems to be intelligent, and able to learn from others. When the cat was placed in the same room as the SCP, it formed the vague shape of a cat, and attempted to play with the housecat.

SCP-XXXX secretes a liquid from itself that can be collected by researchers. This liquid has odd properties and may have use in scientific pursuits to be a protective gel or dye. However, this fluid, like SCP-XXXX, dissipates when exposed to light.