Une nouvelle effarante et qui montre à quel point l'humain est proche de l'animal!
Mowgli, le retour, c'est en Russie L'« enfant sauvage » qui émouve eul'monde
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Des exemples similaires :
Kamala was thought to be five or six, and Amala around two years old. They ate raw meat like dogs, howled but couldn't talk, had exceptional night vision, and walked on all fours.
And at the end of the 19th century, a young girl was found in a bear's den in Jalpaiguri, in the east of India.
No-one is sure how she came to be there, but she had been raised by a she-bear and had many bear-like traits.
She tried to bite and scratch people, growled, and moved like a bear, using her arms as well as her legs. When she was taken to a hospital, she learned to walk, eat and drink like a human being.
In most cases, people do try to rehabilitate feral children, and hope to teach them how to get back to their human roots.
How much they learn depends on how much they knew before they were abandoned and how old they are.
05 juin 2009 - 08:34 #16
J'avais cru que Enz demandait qui était Victor de l'Aveyron.
Ce qu'il découvrira sans problème quand ses parents lui offriront Internet.
Ce message a été modifié par Chi-miss - 05 juin 2009 - 08:35.