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SCP-XXXX-3 in it's artificial habitat in Site-██

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX-1 and SCP-XXXX-2 are to be contained in a soundproof cuboid containment chamber made out of Titanium and lined with Copper and Lead. It is to have a 35cm thick steel containment door behind a secondary security door that should be accessible to Level 2+ Personnel. The chamber is to have a small water reservoir similar to that of a swamp near the eastern wall. The chamber should be devoid of all natural and/or artificial light, UV-A lights are allowed. Any research or janitorial personnel entering SCP-XXXX's chamber are to enter from the northwestern personnel door.

SCP-XXXX-3 is to be kept in an artificial habitat in Site-██. The habitat is to be kept brightly illuminated at all times. Entrance to the habitat is not permitted. Any and all doors allowing access to SCP-XXXX-3's habitat are to be blocked off. SCP-XXXX-3 should be fed Elk twice a day. The Elks should be lowered in a cage through the remotely opening hole above the habitat.

SCP-XXXX as a whole should all be contained in Site-██.

Description: SCP-XXXX-1 is a large venomous quadruped reptile that when exposed to light, gains additional traits. Additional traits that SCP-XXXX-1 gains when exposed to light include: regenerative abilities, changes in size, increased durability, Increased Strength, and an increase in venom potency. SCP-XXXX-1's venom is able to kill 15 adult males when fully potent and can be spread through contact through small secretions through a victim's pores. These secretions are invisible to the naked eye.

SCP-XXXX-2 is what appears to be an abnormally large nest with approximately 103 eggs. The eggs have never been observed to hatch, and have only hatched once (SCP-XXXX-3). Though SCP-XXXX-2 has never been observed to recreate these eggs, new eggs have appeared from no visible source, and SCP-XXXX-1 has no ability to reproduce. Attempts to study SCP-XXXX-2 without input from SCP-XXXX-3 have failed as SCP-XXXX-1 has quickly dispatched the personnel attempting to get close to SCP-XXXX-2. Attempts to do so with input from SCP-XXXX-3 have proven successful as SCP-XXXX-1 has allowed personnel to get close to SCP-XXXX-2 but with suspicion. These studies have revealed that SCP-XXXX-2 is made out of material resembling grass, individual 'blades' of this material have however not been able to be taken out of SCP-XXXX-2, and the material seems to be resistant to damage in any way, shape, or form.

SCP-XXXX-3 is a small lizard resembling the species Heloderma suspectum. It is the opposite of SCP-XXXX-1 in that has no particular abilities in light other than those of the species it resembles. Previously thought not to be an anomalous in any way, SCP-XXXX-3 is capable of speech and communication with SCP-XXXX-1. It understands the english language and may be used as a translator for SCP-XXXX-1. Attempts to use SCP-XXXX-3 in this regard have proven successful as previously stated. SCP-XXXX-3 appears to only eat the species Cervus canadensis, feeding SCP-XXXX-3 any other animals from the family Cervidae, or any other animals at all, SCP-XXXX-3 will simply refuse to eat and cooperate, possibly jeopardizing studies on SCP-XXXX-1 and SCP-XXXX-2. If SCP-XXXX-3 is fed other animals, it will take at the very least 2-3 days and at most 5 months before SCP-XXXX-3 eats and cooperates again is the animal is replaced with an elk. Should the animal not be replaced, SCP-XXXX-3 will eat, but continue it's refusal to cooperate. SCP-XXXX-3 is not anomalous in any other ways than being able to communicate with foundation staff and SCP-XXXX-1.