"If we hadn't rescued her she could have been eaten by other animals".
She was spotted by police two months ago during a routine patrol in a forested area of the Katarniaghat Wildlife Sanctuary, in the state of Uttar Pradesh.
Mr Yadav told the media that the girl seemed comfortable with the monkeys and screeched when he tried to rescue her. She, however, was finally taken out by the police party and immediately admitted to the district hospital.
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The Times of India writes the apparently feral child can not speak, does not appear to understand language and walks on her hands and feet.
He said police are trying to determine how the girl got into the forest and who her parents are.
Dr Dinesh confirmed via Scroll.in the girl found is making progress each week and eventually she will be sent to the government's child protection department who will decide her future.
The CMO also added that "Now she is better & healthy, showing improvement". The Times reported the girl is eight years old, although it's unclear how authorities could know the girl's age.
The girl does not use her hands while eating she directly eat from her mouth and is being taught to walk on her legs but at times she walks with her hands and legs, like the way animals do.