She was born in Africa in a family of French photographers.
Her name is Tippi Degré (Tippi Degre), she had a very unusual childhood.
She grew up the girl in the African desert, among the wild animals, which eventually developed warm relations.
The girl began to resemble a modern Mowgli.
As a little girl, Tippy said, "I have no friends. Because I never saw children. Thus, animals are my friends ".
The girl's parents wrote a book about her childhood, "Tippi of Africa" (Tippi of Africa), which was published in 1998. They also made a documentary film "Bridging Gap to Africa" (swinging bridge in Africa), after which the girl Mowgli became very popular. Leaving aside the obvious concern of parents, we can confidently assert that Tippy had a happy childhood.