In the animal world, the pink-headed duck must have been very popular if everybody followed the rule “on Wednesdays we wear pink.” The poor pink-headed duck, native to India, Bangladesh, and Burma, was last seen in 1935, likely dying from a combination of hunting and habitat loss. It must have been fairly easy to hunt since it has an easily noticeable pink head and also was known for being shy and secretive. Note to animals fighting off extinction: learn to be aggressive! But will the pink-headed duck become the new accessory? This one is certainly more than likely, since it actually has been suspected to have been brought back from extinction in the early 1990s, with a population thought to be less than 50. Always secretive these ducks, scientists have been unable to confirm its exact status.