Item #: SCP-363
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: Currently located in Cell 82, item SCP-363 must be kept in a large enough cell to accommodate its size as well as SCP-363-1, SCP-363-2, and SCP-363-3 (See enclosed Document 56B for details). Subjects prefer an environment with simulated wind. As a result, the electric fan enclosed in Cell 82 is to be on for 5 hrs. during any given day. Subjects are generally docile and can usually be approached by 1 - 3 personnel at once.
Upon entering Cell 82 SCP-363-1, SCP-363-2, and SCP-363-3 may become amorous, attempting to make physical contact with personnel. Accepted response is to smile and bow one's head. Personnel are never to attempt to indulge in physical activities with SCP-363-1, SCP-363-2, or SCP-363-3.
Description: Discovered in Royal Prussia, February 1454 during the Thirteen Years' War in the city of Gdansk. It has never been seen without SCP-363-1, SCP-363-2, and SCP-363-3. Horns resembling tree branches sprout from its head, which lacks a lower jaw. Body has a silky texture and is usually covered in a red substance which resembles string. Red flower-like items seep regularly from its 'mouth' and seem to have some kind of connection with the branches on its head. The small wings on its back suggest it was once able to achieve flight. 4 goat-like ears also appear on its back with gold hoops pierced into the lower parts. Tears on ears suggest it once had more. Cloth 'shoes' seem to be attached permanently to feet. Bandages on head are not to be removed or touched in any way.
Enclosed Documents: Copy of Document SCP-363-1, SCP-363-2, and SCP-363-3./Excerpt 978
Addendum 1: Other than its appearance, SCP-363 appears to possess no anomalous characteristics or anything of merit. Recommended for termination.
Addendum 2: Judging from its response to attempted termination, it does warrant further study.