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SCP-3393 with its lid removed.

Item #: SCP-3393

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-3393 is to be contained in a secure containment chamber no smaller than 3.5 m x 3.5 m x 3.5 m.

Guards are to be posted outside of the containment chamber following an 8-hour shift schedule.

Clearance from Level 4 personnel/Research Staff or higher must be received to enter SCP-3393's containment chamber for experimentation.

At this time, only the research team assigned to SCP-3393 has permanent clearance to access it. All staff below Level 4 clearance are to keep at least a twenty (20) meter distance away from the containment chamber.

Again, at all times, all staff below Level 4 clearance are to keep at least a twenty (20) meter distance away from the containment chamber.

Further Instructions

In the event of SCP-3393-3 becoming active on-site response teams are to follow Containment Protocol-3393-A (see Containment Protocol-3393-A) under the jurisdiction of Site Director.

SCP-3393-3 is neutralized.

Description: SCP-3393 is a cylindrical tin can measuring 150mm in height and 100.33mm in diameter, however SCP-3393's internal dimensions display significant disparity with the exterior, with a volume that is as-yet indeterminate and is described as "an endless static void" (now-designated as SCP-3393-2). Tests regarding the 'depth' of SCP-3393-2 is pending.

The material used to construct SCP-3393 is consistent with standard tin cans, however there have been traces of beryllium (Be). Likewise, the material used to construct SCP-3393's interior adheres to the exterior, although traces of steel were recorded.

Furthermore, at around 0000 hours during the first day of the week SCP-3393 will begin to leak a biological 'goo' of currently-indeterminate origin.1 This 'goo' is mildly toxic, with long-term exposure

This 'goo' is particularly detrimental to living tissues, which will begin to engage in a physical corrosion. Corrosion continues for several minutes2 after contact, after which the effect will result in significant exposure to a certain bacterium yet-to-be classified, and can open to many diseases (most notably common being atopic dermatitis and emphysema).

Addendum-3393-A: SCP-3393 was discovered in a suburban establishment belonging to the █████ family in Hamburg, Germany. It came to the attention of the Foundation after several reports of six (6) children manipulating "bizzare-looking" items. After a week of investigation, the immediate area was explored and Foundation personnel were summoned to transport SCP-3393 to Sector-██ for analysis. The townspeople (along with the six [6] children) were given Class B amnestics.

Note: "The consequences the children blew over the town were momentous; while these matters do fall under our jurisdiction, it is up to Site Director ████████ whether to apprehend the subjects or not. I am personally opposed to taking a year or two off to debrief after high school or college students just because they fucked up some neighborhood with herring fishes that could shoot lasers." - O5-█


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