Mathor Sionur
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Containment procedures:
scp-XXXX is to be kept in a 10×5×3 room at -20C° and given a fresh dead monkey when the current vessel starts active decay. Scp-XXXX may have a typing machine in order to communicate and two books every week. The books must always be different (see incident XXXX-x).
All personel in the containment zone must keep a hermetic suit on at all times (see incident XXXX-x).Corridors outside the containment chamber are made out of polished glass in order to impair the worm's mobility.

Description:SCP-XXXXX is a worm, in the shape of a needle, measuring two(2) centimeters, but is able to stretch up to six(6) centimeters.

SCP-XXXXX is sentient and able to understand multiple languages such as : inuktitut, french, english, spanish and japanese.

While the worm is not of a violent nature, it will enter a killing rage when feeling threatened.
SCP-XXXXX is able to easily burry inside the flesh, and is able to permanently stitch bodyparts together, thus making a temporary vessel

While SCP-XXXXX prefers dead flesh, it has shown the ability to bury in living flesh, but it has to bury slower to keep the victim from noticing (it has also been shown to produce an anasthesic of some sort),once the worm reaches the brain of the living organism, it will be able to control the body, though the vessel will still start to rot.

The worm will, if given the opportunity "upgrade" his vessel by stitching other limbs or apendages on said vessel, any bodypart stitched this way will be connected seamlessly to the current body, as if it was a natural apendage

Recovery:according to interviews with scp-XXXX (see bellow) it came from the north of Canada, and arrived in Europe after entering, and subsequently being locked in, a food container. Subject was released in [REDACTED], France. The subject subsequently arrived in the small rural community of [REDACTED].

Subject has shown high levels of curiosity and can be kept contained as long as it receives new knowledge.

Interviewed: SCP-XXXX

Interviewer: Doctor ██████

Foreword: The interview takes place after the foundation found out SCP-XXXX was sentient, through the death of a D-Class during a containment breach (see addendum XXXX-A). SCP-XXXX still had enough of the D-Class' throat intact to speak, but had lost all the body's limbs.

<Begin Log>

Doctor ██████ : SCP-XXXX, during the last containment breach, you have answered to verbal commands, can you understand what I'm saying?

SCP-XXXX: Why, yes indeed I can, good doctor, though I must say, you shouldn't be surprised that I attempted to escape after the dreadful treatment I endured in your facility.
(Even though the corpse has started to rot, SCP-XXXX's voice remains clear)
Doctor ██████ : So what can you tell me about yourself?

SCP-XXXX: I can say many things, many things indeed! Though it would be preferable if you asked me more specific questions, good doctor.

Doctor ██████ : Okay, so can you tell me where you came from?

SCP-XXXX: Oh, of course, of course! I come from a snowy place, I think they said it was northward… I lived there with my colony for a while, but they had no imagination! They'd just inhabit a dead rabbit or what have you and be content with it! Good doctor, someone like you MUST understand how dreadful it is to see relatives staying willingly ignorant!
Doctor ██████ : In what way did they stay… ignorant?
SCP-XXXX: Oh they couldn't understand the mind of the artist that I was: while they'd take only one body, no matter how damaged it was! I, in my quest to learn, tried to stick preferable parts to my vessel, allowing me to keep on going without putting myself in danger outside of my shell! But they couldn't, wouldn't, see the genius of my idea!

Doctor ██████ : Would you mind telling me more about your colony?

SCP-XXXX: Yes, yes I would! They are boring… unimportant…

Doctor ██████ : Well then would it bother you to tell me how you ended up in France?
SCP-XXXX: Every story is to be given when the time comes, I'd like to be left alone now. Do leave a book or two if possible.
<End Log>

Closing Statement: Site director accepted SCP-XXXX's request in order to calm it while the infrastructure was being rebuilt, though the "colony" mentioned by SCP-XXXX is worrying, a research team will be sent depending on interviews.

Incident XXXX-a