Wolf Children Rain and Snow

If childhood is neglected, it is very difficult to make up for its deficiencies. Surely everyone knows the story of a boy named Mowgli who lives among the wild animals. It is a story so charmingly and wisely written by an author named Rudyard Kipling, that it is hard to imagine a more beautiful story than that of Mowgli,
a boy who lives among the wild animals.

Is it possible for a small child to survive in the wilderness?
– Will he be eaten by wild animals or starve to death?
If one considers the issues in this way, one would probably conclude that the whole story is an incredible fiction.

This simply cannot happen.
– This is a mistake.
– There are many such stories.
– And they are certainly not beyond the realm of ancient fables and tales passed down through the centuries.
tygr a batole
If you go back to 1920 and visit an Indian village, you will see a similar story with your own eyes. One day the villagers catch two little girls. [One is about one and a half years old and the other is seven. Judging from their behavior, the girls seem to have grown up surrounded by wolves. Human behavior is completely foreign to these girls. If someone touches them, they want to bite. At night they go hunting. And there is no culture of food or hygiene at all. Younger girls die quickly, while older girls learn 40 or so words within a few years, with all their might. It is clear from this example that it is impossible for young children to simply pass the time.
šplhání mauglího

Humans are adaptable creatures

One of the most recent pieces of evidence that early childhood is absolutely essential for children comes from a Russian boy who was 7 years old in 2008and who was born in a small village in the Russian Federation. His mother seemed to suffer from some sort of mental disorder, and her apartment was overcrowded with bird cages. She never spoke to her son.
– When the social worker arrives, the boy chirps at her and tries to fly away.
An interesting finding is that humans try to adapt to other creatures. [46] Is it possible, then, that the animals we keep at home since birth behave like other animals of their species? Would they not adapt to humans?