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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be contained in an appropriately sized containment cell, containing basic humanoid amenities shrunk to SCP-XXXX's scale. The walls of SCP-XXXX's containment chamber are to be made at least five meters thick, and no open spaces are allowed within five meters of SCP-XXXX's cell.

Staff who receive Level 2 authorization may speak with SCP-XXXX. However, potential interviewers are to be warned that SCP-XXXX has an exceptionally vitriolic personalty. See Interview Log 2.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a ceramic bowl containing approximately 600 Musca domestica1 cadavers. These cadavers can be removed from SCP-XXXX, though it expresses discomfort when this happens. SCP-XXXX will regenerate at a rate of one fly every three minutes if a portion is removed.

SCP-XXXX has developed a sapient consciousness fluent in English and knowledgeable of some Asian languages. SCP-XXXX's primary method of communication is telepathy, where it is noted to speak in a male Midwest American accent. This telepathy is not two-way; however, SCP-XXXX has a sense of hearing despite not possessing hearing apparatuses.

SCP-XXXX's primary mode of translocation is teleportation. SCP-XXXX is capable of instantaneously transporting itself up to approximately 4.78 meters at a time. SCP-XXXX can do this four times in a minute before showing signs of exhaustion; however, SCP-XXXX has implied on multiple occasions that it could teleport itself more if it exercised.

Discovery: SCP-XXXX was created by PoI-2343, also known as Jacob Sherman, for his school's science fair. PoI-2343 supposedly put a piece of flypaper into a ceramic bowl, and left it outside until a great number of flies accrued in the bowl. PoI-2343 did not create SCP-XXXX intentionally, and it is not believed that neither PoI-2343 nor any members of his immediate family have reality-altering capabilities. The flypaper used to create SCP-XXXX has not been recovered.

Interview Log 1:

Interview Log 2: