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Raised By What????

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kiersten dennull

on 5 December 2013

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Transcript of Raised By What????

Date found: 1990
Age when found: 12
Location: Andes, Perú
Years in the wild: 8
Animals: goats

The Andes Goat-Boy was found in the Andes, Peru, in 1990, and was said to have been raised by goats for eight years. He is supposed to have survived by drinking their milk, and eating roots and berries. Being in wild, he developed the obvious goat characteristics.

He tended to walk with all his 4 limbs, his hands and feet were hardened due to scar formation that acted like his hoofs. He could communicate with goats and could not learn human language.

children raised by animals are usually abandoned by there parents and sent in to the wild to die
there are 10 reported cases
all of the children never were able to talk even after years of trying
a fedral child is a child who has been isolated from human contact for long periods of time just like the wild boy
Raised By What????
these children were abandoned and left to die but the animals took them in and cared for them like they were there own
About the Topic
Date found: 1867
Age when found: 6
Location: Sekandra, India
Years in the wild: 6
Animals: wolves

Dina Sanichar, one of the boys who lived at the Sekandra orphanage, is usually assumed to have been mentally sub-normal. He was removed from a wolves’ cave in 1867 when he was about six years old. Dina Sanichar was discovered when hunters in the jungles of Bulandshahr were astonished to see a boy follow a wolf into her den, running on all fours. They smoked out the wolf and her companion and shot the wolf.

He initially exhibited all the habits of a wild animal, tearing off clothes and eating food from the ground. He was eventually weaned off raw meat onto cooked, but never did learn to speak. He apparently became addicted to tobacco. Dina Sanichar died in 1895.

By;Kiersten Dennull

A feral child is a human child who has lived isolated from human contact from a very young age, and has no (or little) experience of human care, loving or social behavior, and, crucially, of human language. Some feral children have been confined by people (usually their own parents); in some cases this child abandonment was due to the parents’ rejection of a child’s severe illness. Feral children may have experienced severe child abuse or trauma before being abandoned or running away. Others are alleged to have been brought up by animals; some are said to have lived in the wild on their own.
Raised By Goats
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