- Alex the Dog Boy (2001). Found in Talcahuano, Chile.
- Traian Căldărar, Romania (2002). Gypsy child born in Poland, he lived for three years with wild dogs in the wilderness. Now he is a “normal” child who likes football and mathematics.
- Andrei Tolstyk (2004) of Bespalovskoya, near Lake Baikal, Russia, abandoned by parents, to be raised by a guard dog.
- Cambodian jungle girl (2007). Alleged to be Rochom P’ngieng, who lived 19 years in the Cambodian jungle.
- Lyokha, Kaluga, Central Russia (December 2007). He had been living with a pack of wolves, had typical wolflike behavior and reactions. He was unable to speak any human language. Taken to a Moscow hospital, he received some medical treatment, a shower and nail trim and several meals before escaping from the building. He is believed to still be in the wild.
- Natasha, Chita, Zabaykalsky Krai, Russia (2009), a five-year-old girl who spent her entire life locked in a room with cats and dogs, and no heat, water, or sewage system. When she was found, she could not speak Russian, would jump at the door and bark as caretakers left, and had “clear attributes of an animal”.
- Chhaidy, Theiva near Saiha, Mizoram (2012), a four-year-old girl who returns from the jungle after 38 years.
It’s a sober reminder of the importance of my work.
See more at “Feral Children.” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feral_children#21st_century