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A leopard-child was reported in 1920. The boy was apparently stolen from his parents by a leopardess in 1912 and was recovered three years l…
In 1937, George Maranz described a visit to a lunatic asylum in Turkey, where he met a girl who had allegedly lived with bears for many year…
"Wild Peter" is the first famous case. Brought to England in 1724, he was studied, and he spent 68 years in society. He never learned to say…
The most famous wolf-children are the two girls captured in 1920, Kamala and Amala. The girls had misshapen jaws and elongated canines.
Oxana Malaya was found as an eight year old in Ukraine in 1991, having lived most of her life in the company of dogs. She picked up dog-like…
Jean-Claude Auger, an anthropologist, discovered The Syrian Gazelle boy. Despite attempts, he was never captured.
John Ssebunya, found in 1991, is a Ugandan who lived with a pack of monkeys. He had last been seen in 1988 at the age of two or three when h…
The Wild Girl of Champagne is a rare example of a wild child who learned to speak. Her thumbs were extraordinarily large because she used th…
Sneak Peek: The Beginning of the End
The Taming of the Wu
Good to the Bone
Silence of the Slams