Wild child

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A wild child is a young person who is considered high spirited and fearlessly reckless, likely to behave spontaneously, often doing things they might later regret. This is different from a feral child, which is a child who has lived in isolation from human contact from a very young age.

Wild child may also refer to:




See also[edit]

  • Wild Kids, a Swedish reality show for children