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— Maria Jones, Director, RAISA

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Clearance Level 1: Clearance
Containment Class: neutralized
Secondary Class: {$secondary-class}
Disruption Class: #/{$disruption-class}
Risk Class: #/{$risk-class}

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-4021-1 has been incinerated and its containment chamber is to be used for other projects in the future. Its ashes are stored in an urn1 kept in Dr. Carter's office.

Description: SCP-4021 is the incinerated remains of a mandarin orange tree, referred to as SCP-4021-1. SCP-4021-1 previously produced sentient humanoid fruits referred to as SCP-4021-2.

Addendum SCP-4021-01: A series of tests with SCP-4021-2 instances. all proposed by the Project Head, occurred to test their reactions to various objects.

Addendum SCP-4021-02: Changes in behavior of SCP-4021 have resulted in the requirement to take notes of any changes in behavior. These notes are overseen by the Project Head.

Addendum SCP-4021-03: On 08/17/15, Project Head left a note on the document directed at the researchers assisting in containment of SCP-4021.

Addendum SCP-4021-04: Project Head Alan Phid has been reported by several personnel to recently have shown disorderly behavior, and being increasingly aggressive to both Foundation personnel and remaining SCP-4021-2 instances. Dr. Phid was brought in for psychiatric screening,4 and is now being observed by on-site psychiatrists.

Addendum SCP-4021-05: On 09/20/15, SCP-4021 Project Head Alan Phid was found dead in his office after shooting himself in the head. A hand-written note by Alan Phid was also recovered.

"Alan Phid" was later found to be an alias he had adopted. Further research into his background is ongoing.

Addendum SCP-4021-06: On 9/23/15, seeds from remaining fruit of SCP-4021-1 have been extracted. Possible revival of this SCP is currently being researched.

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