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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Safe Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: [Paragraphs explaining the procedures]

Description: SCP-XXXX is a phenomenon of an unknown disease that has been reported only two times, on █/█/1984 in █████████, Laos and on █/█/2018 in ███████, Alabama by a 55 years old man who called 911 telling "they committed adultery and they are getting their punishment".
SCP-XXXX causes humans to behave similarly to cancerous cell. The diseased humans reproduce rapidly. Unlike the cells, humans need to reproduce sexually and SCP-XXXX is therefore presumed to attack both, male and female at the same time. Their descendants develop extremely fast; the gestation lasts within hours, after the birth they grow rapidly and they appear to be sexually mature at the age of 7-8 hours. However, they are also disabled both physically and mentally and born with various deformities. The mother usually gives birth to twins or triplets at least two times a day and after circa 26 hours she, along with her partner, dies. The next generation then inbreeds and brings another one into being.

Addendum 1 (Containment): After the Foundation's discovery in 2018, several attempts for the containment of any of the diseased new-born humans (hereinafter referred to as SCP-XXXX-1) were made but unsuccessfully, because all of SCP-XXXX-1 appear to be very sensitive. They suffer from osteoporosis, sudden temperature changes can cause them a heart-attack and 15 seconds without oxygen can kill them.
On 2/█/2018, a female SCP-XXXX-1 (hereinafter referred to as SCP-XXXX-1a) was connected to life support and successfully taken to the Site-88. There she was examined with MRI, her blood was taken and also several psychological tests were made. She is presumed to come from fifth or sixth generation since the outbreak. Her physical health appears to be better than most of the other SCP-XXXX-1s but she still has many health problems, such as several benign tumors, cleft palate, hypothyroidism and polycystic liver.
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