Madina lived with dogs from birth until she was 3 years old, she shared with them food, played, and slept with them during cold winter nights. In 2013, social workers found her naked on all fours, growling like a dog.
Madina's father abandoned her shortly after her birth. Her 23-year-old mother was an alcoholic. Often she was so drunk she could not care for the child. She often invites friends alcoholics to her house. Her alcoholic mother sat down at the table to eat, while her daughter gnawed bones on the floor with the dogs.The doctors said that Madina mentally and physically healthy. There is a strong possibility that she could have a normal life as soon as learned to speak in accordance with its age.
This boy was only 2 years old when he was took care by a female leopard in 1912. Three years later, a hunter killed a female leopard and found the three cubs, among which 5-year-old boy was. He was returned to his family in a small village in India. When he returned home, he could only squat and run on all fours, with the speed an adult can not run in a vertical position. His knees were covered with hard calluses, his fingers were bent upright almost at right angles to the palm. He bit and attacked anyone who approached him, once he even caught and ate raw chicken.
Unfortunately, he gradually lost his sight due to cataracts. However, it was not related to his experience in the jungle, it was a family disease.
Sujit was born with mental disabilities, so parents locked him in the chicken coop. His mother committed suicide and his father was killed. His grandfather took responsibility for the care of him, and continued to hold him in the chicken coop. He was eight years old when he was found in the middle of the road, Sujit cackled and clapped his hands. He pecked the food sitting on a chair like a bird on a perch, and published the rapid clicking sounds language. His fingers were bent inward. He was taken to a nursing home by its employees, but because of aggressive behavior, was tied to the bed sheets for over 20 years. He is now more than 30, and Elizabeth Clayton, who had saved him from his home, takes care of him.
Kamala, 8 years old, and Amala, 12, were found in 1920 in a den of wolves. This is one of the most famous cases of wild children.
When the wolves left the cave, two human figures emerging from the cave were noticed. The girls looked very bad, moving on all fours and they were not like people. Soon they were caught. The girls were asleep, curled up together, they ate nothing but raw meat, growled and howled. They had no interest in dealing with people. But their hearing, sight and smell were exceptional.
Amala died the following year after the rescue. Kamala eventually learned to walk upright and say a few words, but she died in 1929 of kidney failure when she was 17 years old.
Ivan was exposed to violence in the family and ran away from home when he was only 4 years old. He lived on the streets, begging for alms. Over time he developed a strong bond with a pack of wild dogs, with whom he shared a meal. Dogs began to trust him and, in the end, he became something of a pack leader. So he lived for about two years until he was finally caught and placed in an orphanage. Thanks begging Ivan has not forgotten the human language. It is also a fact that played a huge role in his recovery after a wild life. He now lives a normal life.