The enchantress was spotted again on Sunday morning with her cub walking around.
Maya has always been the crowd-puller of Tadoba. She has also been featured in a wildlife documentary named ‘Tiger Queen of Taru’ which was shown on National Geographic showcasing her life experiences since the year 2014.
After around five months they go out with their mothers on territorial wanders and learn vital hunting skills.
At about 12 months or so they will hunt on their own and from a year-and-a-half they are more or less independent. After two to two-and-a-half years they will permanently separate from their mothers.
Apart from this, she’s the only tiger to have a Twitter handle of her own named Tadoba Queen @MayaTadoba, which updates the tourists and general people about her development and helps them to understand her jungle life better.
Picture Credit: Sahil Baig