Ever since Donald Trump announced his candidacy for president on Tuesday, social media has been abuzz with the story of his shaggy doppelgänger -- a poisonous caterpillar found in the Americas.
Known as the flannel moth caterpillar (or colloquially, the "Donald Trump" caterpillar), the insect has made news before for its uncanny resemblance to the business mogul's famous hair.
The caterpillar's "hair" is actually a set of hollow, venomous spines. According to the University of Florida, the insect is one of the most poisonous caterpillars in the United States.
The flannel moth caterpillar isn't the only creature on the planet who's vying to be hair twins with Trump.
There are these hirsute cats...
@Intasunikwa @AuntyMoney This cat rocks the Donald Trump. pic.twitter.com/YeSqXoTwxN
— Lanna (@Lanna70115) April 30, 2015
A dog who rules the comb-over...
This dog, who's trying way too hard:
A bunny, guinea pig and horse have also attempted to get in on the action:
I cant trust someone as our president that has hair that looks like a guinea pig #DonaldTrump pic.twitter.com/Yaw9Vl40iz
— JZ (@JZ1LLA) June 16, 2015
And it seems this pooch may one day run for president:
If you're envious of these stylish 'dos, don't fret -- even you can don Trump hair. Time.com has you covered with a simple step-by-step guide, just fold, blow dry, sweep and hair spray like crazy.