Probably the best known story of feral children is that of Amala and Kamala, two girls who were raised by a she-wolf. In 1920, Reverend J. A. L. Singh saw a mother wolf and cubs, two of whom had long, matted hair and looked human. The creatures were taken to an orphanage in Mindapore, India. Singh described them as "wolfish" in appearance and behavior. They walked on all fours and had calluses on their knees and palms from doing so. They were fond of raw meat and stole it when the occasion offered. Their tongues permanently hung out of their lips, and they panted just like wolves. They never slept after midnight and prowled and howled at night. It was noted that their hearing was very acute and that they could smell meat at a great distance. Furthermore, while they could not see well during the day, they could orient themselves very well at night.