Sites providing information about feral children in general, specific cases, and the psychological and sociological developmental issues that the study of feral children can help us to understand.
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.
A trivia quiz that tests knowledge of mythology, literature, history, current events and zoology.
An article about John Ssebunya, an orphan boy apparently reared by apes in the African jungle who was brought to Britain in 1999.
An introductory article with brief overviews of four famous cases.
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.
A lesson about feral children written for children, including a list of films about real and fictional cases.
An introduction to the subject, taken and edited from the book of the same title by Michael Newton.
The story of Danielle, a severely neglected child found in 2005 at the age of six.
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