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SCP-XXXX Being held by Dr. ██████ shortly after the events of Test-A.

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept in a custom 3m x 3m x 3m chamber equipped with waterproof copper walls, an airlock door system as well as a reinforced glass window for observational purposes. SCP-XXXX should have its cell kept at around 18 degrees Celsius. The floor of the chamber should be covered in small rocks and decorated with plastic freshwater plants. Under no circumstance should SCP-XXXX's chamber to be filled with water1 nor should any fire or potential fire starters be placed within a 5-km radius of SCP-XXXX. Testing requires permission from two level 4 personnel. Any cracks, nicks, or signs of corrosion in the observational window must be reported and repaired immediately. SCP-XXXX is to be fed 1-2 non-anomalous small insects at least 3 times a day by personnel who have been briefed on the handling and feeding process of SCP-XXXX. Weekly repairs, cleaning, and maintenance are to be done to ensure SCP-XXXX has a clean environment, as well as to check if any corrosive damage has been done to the specimen's cell. Monthly checkups should be scheduled with SCP-XXXX in order to maintain and ensure subject's health.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a 7cm long, 2-year-old female freshwater fish of the Etheostoma caeruleum species2. It's gills appear non-anomalous, but upon closer examination and from thorough testing, researchers have concluded that the subject's gills are incapable of extracting oxygen from water. Like all small fish of this, SCP-XXXX shows very little signs of high intellect and will flee from any people or large objects that get too close. The specimen emits a light "humming" sound, similar to a computer fan which can be heard if close enough to SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX is capable of "swimming" in the air, this is caused by the specimen's anomalous ability, which allows SCP-XXXX to generate an unknown water-like substance. The liquid has been considered to be a new element and has been named "████████████ █████████"

The anomalous liquid revolves around SCP-XXXX, pulled in by an unknown force of some kind. The substance is invisible to the human eye but can be revealed through a black light. The substance cannot be breathed in by to most biological life and has a pH of 1.4, and unlike most liquids, it does not dampen or leave any moisture left behind from contact with the anomalous liquid. Objects submerged in this substance will have the same physics of objects submerged in other liquids. And SCP-XXXX absorbs, or "breaths" the unknown substance at around the same rate as SCP-XXXX generates the substance. The area the unknown substance spans from has a radius of 2.7 meters. The liquid emits a stench, commonly described by personnel as "A combination of paint and chlorine."

Addendum XXXX-1:

Addendum XXXX-2: SCP-XXXX was discovered in the year 2003 when multiple reports of a fish swimming in the air and recent casualties caused by suffocation in ██████, ██. A local agent, (█████ ███████) embedded into the police station when to investigate. About 5 days later █████ ███████, reported to have found and manage to temporarily capture the anomaly causing the deaths and claims. MTF Gamma-5 ("Red Herrings") were sent in to eliminate all suspicions of SCP-XXXX as well as cover up the 4 deaths linked to SCP-XXXX. SCP-XXXX was then later transferred to Site-██. Where it now currently resides.

SIDE NOTES: [Please ignore this if your not the author]
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