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SCP-PL-152 specimen holded by ███ ██████, who thought he was holding his cat.

Item #: SCP-PL-152

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: All specimens of SCP-PL-152 secured by the Foundation are currently located in Biological Site-█ in seperate terraria. Hired workers have to be examined every month in term of affection to objects. Instances are to be fed three adult mice per week.

Description: SCP-PL-152 is an as of yet unknown species of snake from the boidae family with green and brown marking. Specimens of SCP-PL-152 species grow up to 1,5 m1 and weigh up to 3 kg. Just like other boidae species SCP-PL-152 are not venomous and are carnivores. Objects' skeleton is highly more flexible compared to other boidae species, wich allows the object to perform precise and quick maneuvers. SCP-PL-152 show higher levels of intelligence than other snakes, being capable of opening simple handle mechanisms by laying on the doorknob.

SCP-PL-152 exert anomalous effect on all persons being in an estimated 8 meter radius, it is constant stimulation of all of senses of these people, causing them to perceive them as a dog (Canis lupus familiaris) or a cat (Felis catus).2 Objects SCP-PL-152 lead a lifestyle strictly depending on human. Year cycle of SCP-PL-152 begins in January or February, when specimens are in proximity to human houses, trying to be noticed. If they are taken home by a human, they will imitate behaviour of an object that they are disguised as for about six months to the end of August. Most of the time in these situations objects will function with human in a relation nearly the same as a cat or a dog. Effects of SCP-PL-152 include all senses of prey; Object is capable of imitating sounds made by the faked animal and stimulating touch of the prey, so they think, that they touch relevant cat or dog. Sometimes food given to the Objects by prey is enough to keep them alive. In some extreme cases of starvation, SCP-PL-152 instances devour other animals in the prey's house or they go on night huntings for little rodents.

At the end of August, SCP-PL-152 begin to measure their prey, laying next to them. If their size is sufficient, SCP-PL-152 will eat their prey when it is alone. After a half-month devouring of the prey, at exactly 13 of September, all SCP-PL-152 instances will go to a dark, damp place, seeking a partner.3 After mating, female SCP-PL-152 specimens will lay about 80 eggs4 in the neighbourhood of their last prey and for next two months they will live in nearby forests, hiding from people. If there are no forests in the nearby area, objects can choose plains, bigger gardens or, in extreme cases, sewers. In December they begin their seeking for a new host, ending the year cycle. SCP-PL-152 appear only in the Poland's territory in Polish, Russian and German territory. Currently Foundation has a goal of preventing migration of SCP-PL-152 specimens and catching their instances up in wild.

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