Item#: 977-KO
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View of Containment Chamber 201.

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-997-KO is contained in containment chambers 128, 156, and 201 of Site-724K. Contact Researcher Kim Garam for access.

Description: SCP-977-KO is a liquid weighing ███t. Its composition is identical to regular seawater. The subject cannot be distinguished from regular seawater through visual analysis and non-anomalous methods.

SCP-977-KO's anomalous traits manifest when it comes into contact with the skin of a regular human(Homo sapiens) for more than 30 minutes. The person's body undergoes slow transformation, starting from extremities such as hands and feet and continuing into the internal organs, ultimately reaching the central nervous system. Completely transformed personnel are visually identical to a regular person but act radically differently. Such behavioural aspects resemble Actinopterygii species, notably matching that of the Pacific bluefin tuna(Thunnus orientalis).

Addendum: The Foundation is unclear of SCP-977-KO's effect magnitude or exact transformation mechanism. An experiment was conducted for better understanding. Below is parts of the transcript.


Experiments: D-888ek was exposed to SCP-977-KO for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, the subject collapsed to the lab floor, flopping around and occasionally making choking or gurgling sounds.

Notes: N/A


Experiment: D-34r5! and three others were exposed to SCP-977-KO for 30 minutes. After 30 minutes, the subjects collapsed to the floor, repeating the abovementioned actions. D-&Sgg4 banged his head on the lab wall 37 times in the process.

Notes: N/A


Experiment: 88% of Site-724K personnel is lost due to SCP-977-KO. Experiments were conducted to come up with a solution.

Notes: Greasy.

Based on the experience from experiment 209, SCP-977-KO's potential value seems immense. Therefore, the improvement of Foundation resources using SCP-977-KO was passed by For 2 Against █. From now on, the affected are deemed to have lost their function as personnel and reserved for usages specific to them. Contact Researcher Kim Garam for details.

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