A golden pheasant in China is a viral sensation thanks to a shimmering head of yellow feathers that is strikingly similar to the hair of president-elect Donald Trump.
The 5-year-old bird, named “Little Red,” lives at the Hangzhou Safari Park in the Zhejiang Province, according to Shanghaiist.
For your convenience, the People’s Daily shared a side-by-side image of Trump and the bird. The publication also flaunted some serious pun game:
“I had not noticed the likeness in the past because I had not paid particular attention to the pheasant’s hairstyle,” the bird’s caretaker told the Daily Mail. “But after Trump was elected President of America, I start seeing more pictures of him and I think the pheasant looks a little bit like him.”
Of course, Little Red isn’t the only Trump doppelganger roaming around the animal kingdom. Political junkies and animal lovers alike may recall a yellow flannel moth caterpillar that gained popularity for its resemblance to Trump’s famous hair.
For any readers who can’t get enough Donald Trump lookalikes, there’s a Trump-hair pastry out there with your name on it.