For 18th-century a history of Memmie was surprisingly well documented. For ten years, she walked thousands of miles alone through the forests of France. She ate the birds, frogs, fish, leaves, branches, and roots. Armed with a stick she fought with wild animals, often with the wolves. She was captured at age 19, her skin was black with dirt, she had long, dirty hair and long fingernails. She skinned the rabbits and birds and ate them raw.
Restoring of Memmie was very good. She had a number of wealthy patrons, she learned to read, write and speak fluently in French. In 1747, she was for a while became a nun, but once fell out of the window, and its patron died shortly after this incident. She was sick and destitute, but soon found again a wealthy patron. In 1755, Ms. Memmie published her biography. She died in great financial prosperity in Paris in 1775, aged 63 years.
John ran away from home in 1988, when he was 3 years old when he saw his father killed his mother. He fled into the jungle and lived there with the monkeys. He was caught in 1991 at the age of 6 years and placed in an orphanage. After being washed, the shelter workers saw that his entire body was covered with hair. His diet consisted mainly of roots, nuts, sweet potato, and cassava. He suffered from a bad case of intestinal worms, it was found that the length of some of them income to half a meter. John learned to speak the human language, and as it turned out, he had a beautiful singing voice. He became famous for his singing and even went on tour around the UK with a children's choir “The Pearl of Africa.”
Victor was spotted in the late 18th century in the forests of St. Sernin-sur-Rance, in the south of France, and also caught, but somehow he managed to escape. January 8, 1800, he was caught again. He was about 12 years old, his body was covered with scars, and he was unable to utter a word. After the news of his capture spread, many people have the desire to explore it. It is believed that he spent about seven years in the wild. Professor of Biology studied Victor’s stability to low temperatures, and sent him naked out into the snow. Victor showed excellent resistance to cold and low temperature had no effect on his body. Others tried to teach him how to talk and behave "normally", but did not succeed in this. Eventually, he was taken to the Institute in Paris, and died at the age of 40 years.