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Feral Children - Wikipedia
- The online encyclopedia's entry on feral children, containing a brief description of feral children, a list of several well-known cases, and links to articles about some of the children.
Feral Children in Legend, Literature -- and Life
- A trivia quiz that tests knowledge of mythology, literature, history, current events and zoology.
Gale Encyclopedia of Childhood and Adolescence: Feral Children
- A brief article citing several famous cases and the controversies about human nature to which they are relevant.
H2G2 - Feral Children
- An introductory article with brief overviews of four famous cases.
Neuroscience for Kids: Feral Children
- A lesson about feral children written for children, including a list of films about real and fictional cases.
Savage Girls and Wild Boys: A History of Feral Children
- An introduction to the subject, taken and edited from the book of the same title by Michael Newton.
Tampa Bay Times: The Girl in the Window
- The story of Danielle, a severely neglected child found in 2005 at the age of six. (July 31, 2008)
Jacksonville.com: Metro: Teen found caged; parents held
- The adoptive parents of a 17-year-old boy who was found locked in a crib suffering from psychosocial dwarfism are charged with felony child neglect. (March 09, 2005)
Siberian boy, 7, raised by dogs after parents abandoned him
- A report of a Russian boy apparently raised by the family dog after being abandoned by his parents. (August 04, 2004)
From Monkey Boy to Choir Boy
- An article about John Ssebunya, an orphan boy apparently reared by apes in the African jungle who was brought to Britain in 1999. (October 06, 1999)
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