Have you watched The Jungle Book ? The Jungle Book is a 2016 American fantasy adventure film, directed by Jon Favreau able to anesthetize the world, where a child is raised by wolves from infancy.
Apparently the story in the film become a reality. An eight-year-old girl was treated and raised in a herd of monkeys, as reported by the Times of India, on Thursday (6/4).
For too long living in the wild to make her unable to speak, let alone walk like a human.
The little girl was then nicknamed ‘Mowgli 2.0’ can only Bercuit-cuit when communicating and walking on two legs and two hands at a time, until finally rescued police in Bahraich, India.
This girl was discovered by a young officer Suresh Yadav, while carrying out patrols in the Wild Katarniaghat, which is located near the border with Nepal. It is unknown how long the poor boy began living with the animals.
Yadav was trying to save the boy, but his efforts were hampered because the child grinned when he approached. However, the police managed to arrest and took him to hospital for medical treatment.
Even so, the findings are not the first. A grandmother from Bradford, England claimed to have been raised by a herd monkeys when he was dumped by his captors in South America.
Another girl named Oxana Malaya was rescued from kennels and raised by dogs throughout his life. He walked on four legs and always pull out his tongue.
The story of the girl who experienced almost similar to the film The Jungle Book, which is taken from a novel by Rudyard Kipling in which a small boy raised wolves.
The story is almost similar as well with the story of Tarzan. A man named John Clayton who live and grew up in the jungle of Africa to fall in love with Jane Porter who later became his wife.