(LOS ANGELES) -- Scientists have been tracking a mountain lion living the Griffith Park, reports the Los Angeles Times.
Remote-controlled cameras first took pictures of the mountain lion named P-22 in February. The scientists were able to sedate P-22 with a blowpipe device and attached a collar with a GPS and high frequency radio signal.
Currently, the mountain lion has been roaming the park’s wild lands and has ventured over the ridge toward Forest Lawn Memorial-Park.
Officials do not believe the mountain lion is a threat to the public that visit the park.
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