SCP-5765
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3/5765 LEVEL 3/5765
CLASSIFIED
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Item #: SCP-5765
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Assigned Site Site Director Research Head Assigned MTF
Site-77 Dr. Shirley Gillespie Dr. Johannes Ashby N/A
Special Containment Procedures
WARNINGBEES

Entry to SCP-5765

As SCP-5765 is a Foundation containment unit stored in Site-77, no additional containment measures are necessary. Should SCP-5765 be empirically proven to contain bees, containment procedures should be updated accordingly.


Description

SCP-5765 is a standard Foundation containment unit, previously designated ████-A. It is believed to contain a large number of bees, although no empirical evidence of this has yet been obtained. Tests are ongoing to definitively confirm the presence of bees in SCP-5765.

Attached Addenda

Addendum 5765.1: Abridged Test Logs

All tests were conducted by Researcher J. Edmunson. For full records, please contact Head Researcher Dr. Johannes Ashby.

TEST 1: REMOTE VISUAL SEARCH
Description Dr. Edmunson searches the interior of SCP-5765 using standard observational cameras present within the containment unit.
Result No evidence of bees recovered.
Researcher notes Why do we even have these cameras if they can't see the subject being contained? Do we really think someone is going to break in to steal bees? Requesting a higher resolution video feed.

TEST 2: VISUAL SEARCH FROM ROOM PERIMETER
Description Researcher Ayim searches SCP-5765 from secure doorway and attempts to visually ascertain presence of bees.
Result No evidence of bees recovered.
Researcher notes Test result compromised: my research assistant apparently forgot to mention that he wears 1.25 diopter reading glasses. Redoing test after Researcher Ayim corrects his vision deficiency.

TEST 3: VISUAL SEARCH FROM ROOM PERIMETER, WITH CORRECTIVE LENSES
Description Researcher Ayim searches SCP-5765 from secure doorway and attempts to visually ascertain presence of bees while wearing his corrective lenses.
Result No evidence of bees recovered.
Researcher notes While I wait for our optics people to verify that the reading glasses are of an appropriate strength for Researcher Ayim, I think it's appropriate to get some face time with these bugs. I'll put in an order with human resources and see who we can get for future testing.

TEST 9: SEARCH BY D-CLASS PERSONNEL (D-72771)
Description D-72771 enters SCP-5765 and commences search directed by Dr. Edmunson via intercom. Search was discontinued when D-72771 voluntarily ceased responding to direction, but his observation and debrief is considered thorough for the purpose of this test.
Result No evidence of bees recovered.
Researcher notes Well, it appears these bees are indeed anomalous in some way that makes them difficult to detect. That's more data than we had, at least. Perhaps we need to encourage the them to interact with D-72771.

TEST LOG AVAILABLE


TEST 12: SEARCH BY D-CLASS PERSONNEL, MODIFIED
Description Search of containment unit by D-72771, who is heavily pollinated. D-72771 searches interior of containment cell.
Result No evidence of bees recovered.
Researcher notes I have put in an order for an impressive variety of pollen. We'll try the others next week. Keep D-72771 nearby.

TEST 27: SEARCH BY MELITTOLOGIST
Description Melittologist1 Dr. Allison Ewing invited to consult for the Foundation. Dr. Ewing searches SCP-5765 and makes numerous suggestions for locating and identifying bee population. Changes were implemented and reevaluated after one week.
Result No evidence of bees recovered.
Researcher notes It was worth ruling out the possibility of a non-anomalous infestation. Since Dr. Ewing's strategies should have driven out any normal bee species, we'll consider this a tentative confirmation that these creatures are indeed anomalous. Let's tear these plants up and continue testing.

TEST LOG AVAILABLE


TEST 31: INTERIOR SEARCH OF SURROUNDING WALLS
Description Foundation maintenance staff conduct search of containment unit walls in accordance with pest-removal protocols.
Result No evidence of bees recovered.
Researcher notes [NONE]

TEST 32: SEARCH BY HEAVILY BAITED D-CLASS PERSONNEL
Description Search of containment unit by D-72771, who is heavily pollinated, dressed in bright blue, purple, and yellow attire, and doused in sugar water and pheromones of three different bee species. D-72771 searches interior of containment cell.
Result No evidence of bees recovered.
Researcher notes Found interesting research into bees liking certain types of music. Tests will resume when D-72771 learns to play the flute.

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