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Item #: SCP-XXXX

Object Class: Euclid

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Special Containment Procedures: All specimens of SCP-XXXX are to be contained in a standard reptile containment unit at all times, and are to be treated and cared for in the same manner as normal members of the Dasypeltis genus. Any eggs produced by females are to be moved to a nearby incubator and monitored until they hatch, the young are to then be placed in the same containment unit after reaching adolescents.

Mobile Task Force Sigma-43 (“Snake eaters”) are to monitor zoos and the wild for any instances of SCP-XXXX, and eliminate them immediately.
A disinformation campaign is to label the species it is referred to as extinct in the wild.

Currently, there are forty instances in containment.


This is quite a bit right in the Containment Procedures so let's cut that down to this. Also, there is a ton of spelling mistakes may I suggest Grammarly a free program for editing. I'll use footnotes to explain what I'm doing. Anything bolded and struck through is to be deleted.


Special Containment Procedures: All specimens of SCP-XXXX are to be contained in a standard reptile containment unit at all times.1 and are to be treated and cared for in the same manner as normal members of the Dasypeltis genus.2 Any eggs produced by females are to be moved to a nearby incubator and monitored until they hatch, the young are to then be placed in the same containment unit after reaching adolescence. Mobile Task Force Sigma-43 (“Snake eaters”) are to monitor zoos and the wild for any instances of SCP-XXXX, and eliminate them immediately. A disinformation campaign is to label the species it is referred to as extinct in the wild. A disinformation campaign is to be spread around claiming that instances of SCP-XXXX are folklore.3 Currently, there are forty instances in containment.45


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Special Containment Procedures: All specimens of SCP-XXXX are to be contained in a standard reptile containment unit at all times. Mobile Task Force Sigma-43 (“Snake eaters”) are to monitor zoos and the wild for any instances of SCP-XXXX and eliminate them immediately. Any eggs produced are to be moved to a nearby incubator and monitored until they hatch, the young are to then be placed in the same containment unit after reaching adolescence. A disinformation campaign is to be spread around claiming that instances of SCP-XXXX are folklore.


Description: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous species of snake belonging to the order Dasypeltis, and is known to the public as Dasypeltis Ibisus Maximus (Yellow Egg Eater).

Members of SCP-XXXX are bright yellow in color, and are physically similar to other members of the genus, and is also shown to be a distant cousin to Dasypeltis scabra (Common Egg Eater). SCP-XXXX instances can be identified by their bright yellow coloration, glossy scales, and their resemblance to some venomous snake species found in the African continent. While SCP-XXXX does not appear anomalous at first glance, their primary anomaly will manifest when feeding.

After feeding on fertilized eggs, SCP-XXXX instances will regurgitate live young that are genetically identical to the original instance. These young also take less time to mature, taking three to four days to reach adolescence. Furthermore, new instances have a 30% chance of regurgitating more than one instances, thus raising the chance of overpopulation and potential collapse of the ecosystem the primary SCP-XXXX population is located in.


Description: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous species of snake physically similar to the Dasypeltis scabra (Common Egg Eater), with the only identifiable difference being their bright yellow coloration.

SCP-XXXX instances can be identified by their bright yellow coloration, glossy scales, and their resemblance to some venomous snake species found in the African continent. While SCP-XXXX does not appear anomalous at first glance, their primary anomaly will manifest when feeding.6

After feeding on fertilized eggs, SCP-XXXX instances will regurgitate live young that are genetically identical to the original instance. These young also take less time to mature, taking three to four days to reach adolescence. Furthermore, new instances have a 30% chance of regurgitating more than one instances, thus raising the chance of overpopulation and a potential collapse of the ecosystem the primary SCP-XXXX population is located in.7


Description: SCP-XXXX is an anomalous species of snake physically similar to the Dasypeltis scabra (Common Egg Eater), with the only identifiable difference being their bright yellow coloration. After feeding on fertilized eggs, SCP-XXXX instances will regurgitate fertilized eggs containing young that are genetically identical to the original instance. Instances of SCP-XXXX, take approximately three to four days to reach adolescence.


Addendum: SCP-XXXX was first discovered in the 1800’s by British explorers and biologists Francis Smith and Richard Brown, in location in Southern Africa. While the two had documented the species in great detail, they made no mention of the species secondary method of reproduction. It was not until 2010 that their anomaly was discovered by a Foundation agent imbedded in a nature preserve located in Tanzania, the original instance was recovered and contained within the original containment unit. However, the current population in containment was created when SCP-████ breached containment, and destroyed the glass of the original SCP-XXXX instance’s containment unit. The instance then escaped and consumed multiple eggs from several other SCP Object.

After this incident, all SCP-XXXX instances were moved to Site-██ to prevent any further instances being created, containment procedures were also updated.