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Beavers Raise Canadian Feral Boy Claims Report

Date: 2016.

Place: Amos, Province of Québec, Canada.

According to an article published on online newspaper Worldnewsdailyreport.com, a group of Wildlife Protection officers affirmed having captured a 10 year-old feral boy in the surroundings of Amos, Province of Québec.

The boy had been previously seen by a group of huntsmen, who informed the unusual event to Wildlife Protection officers. However, the child, “who was almost naked and had very long hair, reportedly dove underwater with the rodents as soon as he saw the hunters, who were unable to locate him again despite hours of research”, the article states.

He was finally captured using “tranquiliser darts”. The officers expressed that “the young boy seems quite healthy, considering the hostile environment in which he lived. However, he suffers from several minor illnesses linked to having spent too much time in the water, as well as various health problems related to malnutrition”.

About his body features, the source says that “he is Caucasian and is believed to be aged between 10 and 12 years, based on the analysis of his bones and dentition”. Additionally, he “seems to have forgotten all forms of human language, communicating only with hisses and grunts. His general behaviour also suggests that he was deprived of all human contact for many years”.

For further information: http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/canada-hunters-discover-feral-boy-raised-by-family-of-beavers/

Canada: Hunters discover feral boy raised by family of beavers

AMOS, CANADA | A feral young boy of approximately 10 years of age was captured this morning by Wildlife protection officers in Eastern Canada, and is now in the hands of the child protection services.

The boy had been sighted in the wilderness  last week by a group of hunters, while he seemed to be gnawing on a tree, accompanied by a small group of beavers.

The young boy, who was almost naked and had very long hair, reportedly dove underwater with the rodents as soon as he saw the hunters, who were unable to locate him again despite hours of research.

They reported the boy’s presence to wildlife officers, however, who finally spotted him yesterday near Lac Figuery, after six days of research.

The rangers rapidly prepared a capture operation and were finally able to catch him this morning, after putting him to sleep with tranquilizer darts.

The young boy seems quite healthy, considering the hostile environment in which he lived. However, he suffers from several minor illnesses linked to having spent too much time in the water, as well as various health problems related to malnutrition.

He is Caucasian and is believed to be aged between 10 and 12 years, based on the analysis of his bones and dentition.

The boy seems to have forgotten all forms of human language, communicating only with hisses and grunts. His general behavior also suggests that he was deprived of all human contact for many years.

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police announced this morning, that it was opening an investigation to find the boy’s parents and clarify the circumstances of his disappearance.


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