Scott Stevens

By Scott Stevens

LifeBuzz User

Real Life Mowgli Was Raised In The African Bush, And Her Photos Are Impossible.

Everyone knows the story of the jungle boy who was raised by a pack of wolves in the wild. However, that was exactly that, just a story. It made people start to think about what would come of it if something like that were to really happen.

Alain Degre and Sylvie Robert took a trip to Africa and they were amazed at the beauty they witnessed out in the wild. They loved it so much that they started spending a lot of time hanging out with the animals they came across. While they were doing this they introduced their daughter, Tippi, to the animals as well and it was a perfect fit.

The animals loved her just as much as she loved them. They let her get close to them, pet them and become one with them. As you’ll see here the animals didn’t mind her one bit. As a matter of fact, it looks like they welcomed her in like she was one of them.

The more time she spent with the animals the more she learned. There really isn’t any word on if anything went wrong at any point but from the photos it doesn’t really look like it. Her parents made a book out of their experiences called “Tippi: My Book of Africa”.

Move over Jungle Boy, you now have a sister!

The only difference here is that Tippi is a real human being.

Move over Jungle Boy, you now have a sister!

Sylvie Robert / Barcroft Media

She's not scared in the least!

Tippi's parents raised her to not have any fear with these wild beasts.

She's not scared in the least!

Sylvie Robert / Barcroft Media

Learning the ways of the wild.

They made sure she got the full experience, including learning from the locals.

Learning the ways of the wild.

Sylvie Robert / Barcroft Media

Don't try this at home!

Not many parents would let this happen but Tippi seems right at home.

Don't try this at home!

Sylvie Robert / Barcroft Media

You can tell the animals love her.

The animals took to her like she belonged with them.

You can tell the animals love her.

Sylvie Robert / Barcroft Media

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