EXPOSITION PARK, LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The Hollywood Hills are home to many celebrities, including Los Angeles' most famous mountain lion - P-22.
Biologist Miguel Ordenana was the first person to discover the beloved mountain lion was living in Griffith Park in 2012.
Now P-22 will be the star of his own exhibit at the Natural History Museum, which is called "The Story of P-22 - L.A.'s Most Famous Feline."
The 500-foot installation follows the cougar's extraordinary story and features a large map showing where he lives, a freeway crossing simulation and videos gathered by the museum's scientists.
To learn more about the exhibit, watch Chelsea Edwards' full report in the video above.
Natural History Museum exhibit focuses on famous P-22 mountain lion
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