Feral Children

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~ by Rick on December 27, 2009.

3 Responses to “Feral Children”

  1. eu achei triste mas cada um tem sua criacao e tenque conviver com ela

  2. I think that seems really fake. But I know it’s real.

  3. There are a lot of real children that have been raised by animals mostly by dogs and sometimes in rarer cases monkeys or so I’ve heard. And also the first two pictures are from the legend of how Rome was founded, it’s about two twin boys that were raised by a she wolf.
    The ones of the young children are Amala and Kamala that were two young girls in Indian that were appearently raised by a pack of wolves but later after they had died it was discovered that the photos were staged and the girls were really autistic.
    Memmie LeBlanc was born in Wisconson that was a French territroy back then and had survived outside of society for ten years between November, 1721 and September, 1731—longer than any other confirmed feral child, perhaps owing to her age. After her entrance into society she succeeded in learning to read and write, also unique among feral children. She lived a happy live after being adopted and she died in Paris at the age of 63.
    Oxana Malaya (born November 4, 1983) was found as an 8-year-old feral child in Ukraine in 1991, having lived most of her life in the company of dogs. She picked up a number of dog-like habits and found it difficult to master language. She has lived in the Baraboy Clinic in Odessa for people with mental disabilities since her discovery.
    That’s all that I have but you can go on Wikipedia or something if you need details.

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