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nn5n: scp-3299 Down the Rabbit Hole
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Item #: SCP-3299

Object Class: Safe

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-3299 is to be three (3) meters contained behind a two (2) meter tall electrical fence. 2 guards patrolling the exterior perimeter of the fence. Any trespassers are to be deterred from the area and, are to be told a cover story regarding a minor nuclear dump. If trespassers attempt to breach containment they are to be brought into foundation custody. If found ignorant of SCP-3299's anomalous nature they're to be released after being given Class-A amnestic. If they are found to be aware of SCP-3299's nature they are to be terminated.

Description: SCP-3299 is a apparently endless hole in the ████████████ Desert in ████ ██████. It has a diameter of 1.96 meters. Attempts to enter SCP-XXXX throught the side have proven fruitless as they are always met by A large wall of feces belonging to the Leporidae family.
The smell is said to be "too overpowering." This effects even those without a sense of smell.

When anything not belonging to Leporidae family enters the hole it will begin an endless descent.
Systematically, every 52 minutes a specimen belonging to the Leporidae family will emerge from SCP-3299. Due to the environment, the specimens will die of dehydration in a period spanning 61 to 74 minutes. Attempt to save the specimens have proven successful. Studies on the specimen's corpses have proven them to be non anomalous. If a specimen or foreign specimen is deposited into SCP-3299 they will emerge in 52 minutes.

Different species of Leporidae have emerged from SCP-3299. The following is that list in decreasing order of frequency; Oryctolagus cuniculus (European Rabbit), Sylvilagus cunicularius (Mexican Cottontail), Sylvilagus floridanus (Eastern Cottontail), Sylvilagus adubonii (Desert Cottontail), Romerolagus diazi (Volcano Rabbit), and in one case Brachylagus idahoensis (Pygmy Rabbit).

Two unmanned missions were made to reach the bottom of SCP-3299. The first mission was designated Hopper 1. A camera was attached to the top and, it descended an estimated 1.42 kilometers downwards before video contact was lost. Based on the video the interior was determined to be composed of regular sediment contradicting the results produced by mining. The next mission designated Hopper 2 was attached to a titanium reinforced cable which was 1 kilometer long. Over the course of 6 hours the device was slowly lowered to the maximum depth it could reach. The video
camera attached to Hopper 2 yielded similar results to Hopper 1. However when Hopper 2 was pulled up the cable was only 12 meters long. It had been severed at exactly the 12 meter mark with what appeared to be the tooth marks of rabbits. All missions planned to descend SCP-3299 have been discontinued.

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