Ahead of his swearing-in ceremony, U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has obtained a unique present.
A biologist has named a newly discovered species of moth after another U.S. president.
The Neopalpa donaldtrumpi is a small moth creature in Baja, Mexico, reports the CNN.
The moth sports an extremely familiar-looking crown of yellow scales such as the gold hairdos of Trump.
"With its own hair tufts, its existence in US and Mexico, and its delicate habitat that needs conservation, I really did have no choice with this one besides to name it to the following Mr. President-elect himself," said evolutionary biologist Dr. Vazrick Nazari.
Nazari said he also chose the name to bring awareness.
"I expect to attract some public attention to the importance of conservation of the fragile habitats in the United States that still lives undescribed and threatened species, and create interest in the significance of alpha-taxonomy in better understanding the neglected micro-fauna part of the North American biodiversity," he explained.
He expected that after this, the Trump administration will make a bid to keep on protecting the fragile lands in the U.S. which are home to as of yet