Bird Living In A Chinese Zoo Looks Just Like Donald Trump
He lives at a safari park
Donald Trump’s hairdo should make most people feel uneasy about his decision-making abilities. It’s also emblematic of his need for some honest self reflection. But those arguments are moot at this point, because his swirly blonde coif is now a United States symbol. Let that sink in. It’s become such a trademark of modern America that tourists are flocking to a zoo in China to see a bird with an uncanny resemblance to our new Combover-in-Chief.
Little Red, a male golden pheasant at the Hangzhou Safari Park in China’s Zhejiang province, has a streak of yellow feathers on his head that looks like just like the mane on America’s president-elect. The bird has such an unbelievable resemblance to the former Apprentice star, the pheasant enclosure has become one of the most popular exhibits in the park. The golden pheasant is native to the mountains of western China and is known for its golden crest and bright red body. Ornithologists have yet to say whether the bird also shares Trump’s penchant for deal making or forcing himself on the female of the species.