Girl found living with monkeys in Indian forest

Girl found living with monkeys in Indian forest

Girl found living with monkeys in Indian forest

Police in northern India are sifting through reports of missing children, trying to identify a little girl who was found living in a forest with a group of monkeys earlier this year, according to the Associated Press.

The cops managed to pick up the girl and put her into the auto and brought her to the primary health centre.

The police in Uttar Pradesh rescued a girl from a forest in Katarniaghat of Bahraich who can neither speak nor behave like human being. When a villager tried to get close to the girl, the monkeys surrounded him and forced him to beat a retreat.

After a struggle, sub-inspector Suresh Yadav eventually managed to rescue her and Inspector Ram Avtar Singh took her to hospital.

And although she has been taught to walk upright, the girl still walks on all fours.

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The girl has shown improvement following the treatment, but the improvement has been very slow.

Doctors looking after her say she is prone to bouts of anger and violence and is still frightened of other people.

It wasn't until backup had come that they were able to coax the girl towards the authorities and to a nearby hospital. It seems she is unable to understand local dialect, and often gets violent when treated.

Her story has similarities with Rudyard Kipling's tale about a boy called Mowgli who was brought up by wolves. She eats directly from her mouth and walks like animals using all her limbs. She now walks on two feet, but eats directly from her mouth and can not speak.

She has marks on her skin. "I visit her personally time-to-time", Tripathi added.

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