Item #: SCP-5007

Object Class: Keter

Laconic Containment Procedures: Keep SCP-5007-S1 in an ultra-secure cell. Don't feed it.

Maintain Site-40-R near SCP-5007-A and monitor it for SCP-5007-B instances. If one appears, figure out where it will land and evacuate civilians from there.

If studying SCP-5007-A up close, don't stay in one spot for more than 40 minutes, and make sure you're connected to a winch so you can be pulled to safety if SCP-5007 attacks.

Don't try to cover or seal SCP-5007-B.

Laconic Description: A collection of hostile creatures made of tentacles, distorted human bodies, and green lights that maintain a territory across the Bass Strait, an area of water between Australia and Tasmania. They can fly, kidnap humans, and take them to a remote reef island in the Strait, designated SCP-5007-A.

SCP-5007-A continually grows new rock along its surface in a way that covers over anything left on its surface for too long. The locale acts as a refuge for a variety of anomalies, including an SCP-4159 population.

SCP-5007-B is a pit of water with a depth of at least 18 km located in the middle of SCP-5007-A. SCP-5007-C, a titanic tentacle monster lives deep within.

The Foundation tries to place a seal over -B, which prompts a massive retaliation from -C in which most of Site-40-R is destroyed.

The final image which is labelled "Video still recovered the morning after Incident 5007-40-R-12. Source unknown." is actually a gif in which a black tentacle appears from seemingly calm waters.

Additional Context: SCP-5007 was an entry in the SCP-5000 Contest, where it won 13th place.

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