The young tigress has become quite well-fed for the month and a half. Her behavior is still extremely cautious. She approaches the meat, which is left for her, mostly at night. The camera traps have recorded her hunting for a rabbit in the afternoon for the first time. The tigress’ territory increased twice as much, as she was provided with one more enclosure. The young predator prefers having rest in the wooden hut; recently, she has stopped attending the heated cabin. Her behavior is still quite restless: the tigress manifests a lot of orienting behavior (she listens, looks around), and when feeling even the slightest danger, she hides and then escapes into her shelter.