SCP-6000 - To See My Childhood Burn
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NOTICE FROM THE FOUNDATION RECORDS AND INFORMATION SECURITY ADMINISTRATION

By order of the Ethics Committee, the following unredacted entry on SCP-6000 is kept on file in defiance of the Ghaggar-Hakra accords with the United Nations Global Occult Coalition. Distribution to unauthorized individuals will result in immediate termination.

— Maria Jones, Director, RAISA

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Entry point for the joint GOC and Foundation expedition into SCP-6000.

Item #: SCP-6000

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: Access to DNA samples from extinct specimens are restricted to laboratories compliant with the Ghaggar-Hakra accords. Following the confirmed extinction of a species, all samples of its DNA that are viable for cloning or other forms of replication are remanded immediately to the SCP Foundation or Global Occult Coalition. Use of the region's sole exit is limited to one person per year and requires the consent of the O5 Council and the Ethics Committee.

Description: SCP-6000 is a separate region of space overlapping with Earth over 7.2% of its freshwater sources. The anomaly's interior is a multi-biome region capable of supporting all forms of life regardless of species, environment, or native planetary epoch. All flora and fauna that exist within SCP-6000 are non-anomalous aside from their anachronistic existence in the modern day. Such species include those still extant including Oryza glaberrima (rice), Elettaria cardamomum, two species under the genus Psilocybe, and Homo sapiens.

Entry into SCP-6000 is accomplished by one of two methods: the ressurection of a species from extinction and the extinction of a species from the natural world.


Addendum 6000.1: Expedition Log Part 1 of 6


Addendum 6000.2: Expedition Logs Part 2 of 6


Addendum 6000.3: Expedition Logs Part 3 of 6


Addendum 6000.4: Expedition Log Part 4 of 6


Addendum 6000.5: Expedition Logs Part 5 of 6


Addendum 6000.6: Expedition Logs Part 6 of 6

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