Item #: SCP-2664
Object Class: Euclid
Special Containment Procedures: SCP-2664 is contained in a standard humanoid containment cell in Site-42. The Gilbert Gottfried in the public eye is a biological facsimile that must be monitored by a covert detail at all times.
The mask made of Gilbert Gottfried's skin is currently in cold-storage in the Site-42 biotechnology laboratory. Skin cultures from the mask are to be harvested and used to generate biological facsimiles of Gilbert Gottfried via the Lilith Protocol. When the current active facsimile of Gottfried begins to degrade, it is to be discretely terminated and replaced by a new facsimile. If the current facsimile dies before degrading (such as by a heart attack or car crash) no further external protocols are required.
Description: SCP-2664 is a mallard-like humanoid that humans perceive to be Gilbert Gottfried. This perceptive effect extends to the naked eye and ordinary camera viewing. Sonar, infrared, and thaumaturgic viewing indicates that SCP-2664's true form is that of a human-sized mallard. Its legs are webbed feet; its arms are abnormally long, cylindrical wings with tumor-like protuberances for hands. SCP-2664's head is mostly similar to that of a normal wild duck's, although the beak has been severely deformed and forced against the craniofacial area to simulate a nose and mouth. DNA samples taken from SCP-2664 indicate that it is a member of the mallard species (Anas platyrhynchos).
SCP-2664 was initially discovered in 2005, during filming of the documentary The Aristocrats. The actor ██████ ███ was being investigated for anomalous properties; however, sonar and infrared analysis inadvertently revealed SCP-2664's anomalous status instead. SCP-2664 was quickly taken into custody and replaced with a biological facsimile1.
It is unclear how long SCP-2664 was imitating Gilbert Gottfried; at the time of capture, it was found to be wearing a face mask made of skin that was genetically identical to the real Gilbert Gottfried2. Analysis of the face mask indicates that it was at least ten years old in 2005.