Video: The 'jungle girl'. When the young woman was found naked, scavenging for food in the remote Rattanakiri jungles of Cambodia, locals thought she was a feral child at last reunited with her family after 19 years spent living like an animal. Sal Lou, 45, a police officer, claimed she was his long-lost daughter, Rochom P'ngieng, who went missing when she was eight. There were tears among his family who believe their daughter developed animal instincts and lost her ability to speak during her jungle ordeal. But when The Daily Telegraph met the so-called "half girl, half animal" in Phum Un, a village of a few hundred surrounded by rubber and cashew plantations, there were growing questions over where she came from and who she really is. In this impoverished region of a poor country, with health services dire to non-existent, anyone with mental or physical disabilities is often kept tied up rather than given suitable medical care. While Sal Lou's family claim that scars on the girl's wrists were the result of a knife incident as a child, it seemed increasingly possible yesterday that she had, in fact, escaped from another family, perhaps in a village some distance away, and spent weeks, not years, wandering in the jungle.
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A jungle girl so-called, but usually adult woman is an archetype or stock character , often used in popular fiction , of a female adventurer , superhero or even a damsel in distress living in a jungle or rainforest setting. An alternate depiction is a cave girl. Jungle girls are generally depicted as wearing either a scanty animal print usually leopard bikini or some type of jungle dress made from fur, leather, or sometimes vegetation. Most are barefoot , while some are shown in primitive shoes. Some are feral children ; some come from a wealthy, educated family who grew up in the jungle. Others come to visit, whether by accident or design, and decide to stay and serve as protectors of the land and local tribes. They are the female counterpart of Tarzanesque characters. They are depicted either as a tough heroine , perhaps a jungle queen, or as a bound and gagged damsel in distress to be rescued by a male, loincloth-wearing hero.