As-is, the SCP is completely nonviable. I'd suggest you go back and try to think of what the core anomaly or story is for this SCP, one that doesn't rely on another SCP. I'd suggest you also read this essay on humanoids, and review more Series II and III SCPs. When you do the latter, I want you to pay attention to how the SCP is used, rather than just what they are. Look beyond the object, and see how the world reacts to it.
Remember, a SCP isn't just about the object itself. More iften than not, it's about hie the object interacts with the world around it.
Going to add on a bit here:
This SCP is probably not going to work because the idea itself is pretty boring. Keep in mind that you're the author and of course you like what you're writing about, but the reader is here to be entertained and they do not automatically like the character you're writing about. You as the author need to give the reader a reason to like the piece—whether because they can relate to it, they feel emotions when they read it, or it makes them wonder about things they've never thought about before.
I'm not getting a sense of that here. The trouble with the "look how cool this thing is!" approach tends to be that if the reader doesn't think that the thing is as cool as the author does, then the reader's just going to be bored.
Why should a reader want to read your piece? What about the thing that you've written about would be cool to someone who isn't you?