Item #: SCP-032
Object Class: Safe
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-032 is to be kept in a locked greenhouse, at a temperature of 24° Celsius. Portions of SCP-032 are to be removed only with permission from the Site Director.
Description: SCP-032 is a cluster of flowers, all with identical appearances, contained in a single clay pot. Examination of SCP-032 has revealed these plants do not share DNA with any other plant species found on earth, despite their resemblance to [REDACTED]. The blossoms of SCP-032 have been revealed, on closer examination, to contain a variety of small life forms, with one being contained in the center of each blossom. Upon removal of one of these blossoms, the entity (hereby referred to SCP-032-1) inside of it came to life, and was subsequently interviewed. SCP-032-1 died of unknown causes shortly after the interview.
SCP-032 was obtained by an undercover operative in London, England, from an antiquities shop.
Interviewer: Dr. █████
Foreword: SCP-032-1 was previously contained inside SCP-032. The goal of the interview was to establish who SCP-032-1 was, why they were in SCP-032, and what SCP-032 was.
"Dr. █████:" What is your name?
"SCP-032-1:" I am Neusara. Where am I?
"Dr. █████:" Why were you inside the flower?
"SCP-032-1:" The Queen had placed me there, because I had been caught by a mortal.
"Dr. █████:" The Queen?
"SCP-032-1:" You know of her. I do not wish to speak her name. It could summon her. … Please, I don't understand, what has happened? How did you find me?
"Dr. █████:" We do not know who you are speaking about? Who is this Queen?
"SCP-032-1:" But, all mortals know her name… unless… Oh. Oh no.
*SCP-032-1 began to cry, and would not respond to further questioning*
Closing Statement: SCP-032-1 died an hour after the interview. Autopsy was unable to determine cause of death, the medical examiner stating that "Her heart just stopped."