The constellation Leo, the lion, is a constellation that does look like its namesake.
A backward question mark represents the head and mane.
A triangle of stars to the lower left forms the lion's hindquarters and tail.
Leo's brightest star is the giant, blue-white Regulus, one of the brightest stars in the night sky.
Regulus is about 79 light-years away.
The lion's tail is marked by another bright star, Denebola.