A feral child is a child who has lived isolated from human contact from a very young age where they have little or no experience of human care, behavior, or language. These children have been the subjects of folklore and legends, typically portrayed as having been raised by animals.
Feral children generally lack the basic social skills that are normally learned in the process of growing up in society. Feral children may display a complete lack of interest in the human activity around them. They often seem mentally impaired. They may be incapable of sympathy or empathy. and have almost insurmountable trouble learning a human language.
Are feral children just misunderstood Mowgli’s?
Do Monkeys make better mothers?
Does failing at fatherhood forge feral figures?
Are these tragic tales a tribute to untamed training?
Come with us on this wade through the monkey poo as we discuss the tale of Marina Chapman - The Girl with No Name - and other weird shit.