rating: 0+x

Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-XXXX is to be kept flush against a metal cube as wide as the base of SCP-XXXX and at least 5 meters deep. Reclaimed scrap metal may be used for cost saving purposes. The complete assembly must be kept rotated so that the bottom of SCP-XXXX faces towards a point 4.83 Kilometers under 78°31'12.8"N 16°52'32.6"E hereafter referred to as SCP-XXXX-A. Under no circumstances is SCP-XXXX to be left with its base not resting on any solid surface.

Description: SCP-XXXX is a wooden A-frame structure measuring 3 meters in height with attached pulley. SCP-XXXX constantly excavates the material below its frame in the direction of SCP-XXXX-A. This effect occurs at a variable rate depending on the substance SCP-XXXX is resting on (See Addendum-1). The hole dug is an average of 1.8 meters in diameter and supporting beams are placed where needed to avoid collapse. These support beams appear to be comprised out of the compound elements of materials that SCP-XXXX has excavated in the past. For example when tunnaling through dirt the support structures were a mix of carbon and silicon formed into a lattice structure. The remaining mass of the removed material appears to be lost. When the base of SCP-XXXX is not flush with any surface it will instead remove the air at its base at a rate of approximately 1.4 cubic meters a second.
SCP-XXXX was recovered on ██/██/196█ after a local miner was discovered dead at the bottom of a hole 257 meters deep and recovery attempts failed due to the hole constantly deepening.