Item #: SCP-XXXX
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: Instances of SCP-XXXX are to be kept deflated and folded in individual containers when not being tested. Testing is limited to one instance per test, unless authorised by the Head Researcher. Though easy to contain, the Foundation has no way of knowing how many instances exist outside of containment, and the potential risk of carnivorous instances of SCP-XXXX such as XXXX-F warrants the classification as Euclid.
Description: SCP-XXXX instances are ostensibly inflatable dinosaurs, created by American artist B#### K###, who was suspected to have links to the GoI; Are We Cool Yet?, due to the creation of anomalous art. However, no link was found, as no instances bear any known hallmarks of the group, only the artists stamp. A similar theory originally linked SCP-XXXX with Dr. Wondertainment, but evidence has likewise proven otherwise. These models exhibit no unusual properties unless inflated. When inflated, SCP-XXXX materially takes on the properties of solid clay, though maintains the appearance of the plastics used for such inflatable toys. The air stopper likewise retains its original function, as opening it and allowing the air to be removed deflates SCP-XXXX as would a standard inflatable. The second effect is the animation of SCP-XXXX instances when inflated. Inflated instances of SCP-XXXX display locomotion and behaviour expected of the emulated dinosaur, albeit hindered by its shape and material. To date, fifteen 'live' instances of SCP-XXXX are in Foundation custody, with six distinct species noted.
SCP-XXXX-A: Green Diplodocus. The first instance recovered by the foundation. Three are currently in containment, with an addition instance having been neutralised during testing.
SCP-XXXX-B: Blue Apatosaurus. Two instance of SCP-XXXX-B is currently in containment.
SCP-XXXX-C: Purple Stegosaurus. Three instances currently contained.
SCP-XXXX-D: Red Triceratops. Five instances exist in Foundation custody.
SCP-XXXX-E: Pink Ankylosaurus. Two instances in custody.
SCP-XXXX-F: Red Tyrannosaurus. One instance currently exists in Foundation custody. No testing is to be carried out on SCP-XXXX-F without prior permission from the Head Researcher.