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People at a zoo in China recently noticed something about one of the rare birds there. 

A golden pheasant at the Hangzhou zoo became an international sensation, since many think he's sporting President-elect Donald Trump's signature hairstyle. 

Photos of the male bird went viral in China following the presidential election last week and are now making their way around the United States

The zoo says more and more tourists are seeking out the enclosure in hopes of catching a glimpse of five-year-old "Little Red."

The bird's keeper says that pheasants' feathers become thicker and brighter in winter, further enhancing the look of Red's golden hair. 

This is the second Trump-related viral sensation to hit China since the election. A video of the president-elect's granddaughter, Arabella Kushner, reciting poetry in Mandarin was widely shared.

Watch last night's Red Eye discussion about the bird above and let us know what you think. 

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