This Country Has Gone To The Birds, And This Bird Has Gone Donald Trump

This Trump likes to tweet, too.
Perhaps they have the same stylist?
Perhaps they have the same stylist?

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.

Looking good, bird.
Looking good, bird.


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