I thought it was very interesting !!! I honestly believe this could happen. I did think some of the stories were kinda sad that these children's lives were affected by horrible circumstances that brought them to that point. I did notice that alot of these stories dated many years ago...... I hope that in the world we live in today, we as humans would be more observant and care for our children better..... but I am sure in your poverty driven countries this could still be the case. Jubilee
***Edited By: Caspers Jubilee on 11/28/2004 12:44:15 AM*** Reason: I can't spell this late at night:0)
"However, in 1845 a boy saw a girl, in the company of a pack of lobo wolves, attacking a herd of goats. Less than a year later, a Mexican woman at San Felipe saw two large wolves and a girl devour a freshly-killed goat. She observed the girl run off — first on all fours, and then on two legs."
LOL! I think most of these stories are urban legends. How would a wolf be able to raise a fragile infant child to adulthood? I can't imagine a child surviving the elements for that long. While the other pups are running around and eating regurgitated meat, the human child would still be lying there helpless, needing milk and constant care. This may be possible for an older child, but a newborn? I don't know.