We were not able to extract the feral child found in the deepness of Singapore Jungle without the minimum environmental precaution. The group of scientists in charge of her re-adaptation decided to avoid jumping into a Mowgli syndrome, and instead placed her in a human education settlement. Those fragments of Bamboos forest are literally the biotope in which she survived.
She has trouble learning to walk upright after walking on fours all her life, and displays a reasonable lack of interest in the human activity around her. She seems mentally affected and has almost insurmountable trouble learning a human language. But even with this high degree of acculturation, she is wildly prepared to survive in a hostile situation.
She is a female, of around 20 year old. We are not in the situation to trace her provenance and real identity, but her DNA is showing a kind of creoleness, being 40% Caucasoid and 60% Mongoloid.
Even if her behaviour seems to be plaintive and fearful, even if you can hear whispering sounds reminiscent of jungle animals groans, she is safe.
Please do not disturb the feral child, and do not feed her. We are not in a zoo. She has to be respected as the last wild anomaly in Singapore cultural and societal environment.
Movie / Design: Francois Roche / Camille Lacadee / 10 mn
Performance: Syv Bruzeau
Collaboration: Jeremy Djaffer / Tiziano Derme