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Real Life Mowgli : Tippi Who Grew Up in African Jungle

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We all know about Mowgli and last year, The Jungle Book Film also released showing Mowgli’s journey. But have you ever thought that someone can grow up with wildlife animals like Mowgli?

Here we have a very interesting news about Real Life Mowgli. A French Girl Tippi Degre lived for 10 years in African Jungles. Tippi is a daughter of French Wildlife Photographer couple, Sylvie Robert and Alain Degre.

Tippi Degre was born in Namibia and she spent her childhood with wild animals including lion cubs, mongoose, snake, cheetah, zebra, elephants, giraffes and crocodiles.

She called elephant as her brother while Cheetah was her best friend. Currently, Tippi is 26 years’ old. Real Life Mowgli, Tippi’s parents published her photos in a book called “Tippi of Africa”.

Tippi’s father Sylvie said, “It was magical to be able to be free in this nature with this child. She was a very lucky little girl – she was born and raised until the age of 10 totally in the wild.”

In the Tippi’s photos, in one pic she is sitting next to an adult leopard. Tippi spent her first 10 years of life travelling around Africa and her parents captured her experiences.

So, here enjoy photos of Real Life Mowgli, Tippi.

Photo Courtesy- Sylvie Robert

Real Life Mowgli - Tippi Degre
Real Life Mowgli – Tippi Degre
Tippi Degre in her early childhood
Tippi Degre in her early childhood
Real Life Mowgli in Jungle
Real Life Mowgli in Jungle
Tippi sleepin with Lion's Cub
Tippi sleepin with Lion’s Cub
Tippi with Cheetah
Tippi with Cheetah
Tippi Degre with Lion Cub
Tippi Degre with Lion Cub
Tippi riding on Ostrich
Tippi riding on Ostrich
Tippi Degre playing with Snake
Tippi Degre playing with Snake
Tippi with Elephant
Tippi with Elephant
Real Life Mowgli - French Girl Tippi
Real Life Mowgli – French Girl Tippi


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