Hiking surge leaves wild cows starving on Hong Kong's Grass Island

While many hope the Year of the Ox will herald times of plenty, a herd of wild cows in Hong Kong is going hungry after visitors to their habitat surged during the coronavirus pandemic. The animals have made their home for generations alongside a few dozen fishing families on Grass Island, one of Hong Kong's far-flung islets, where its namesake verdant meadows have transformed into barren dirt, wiping out the primary food source for the island's herd of feral cows.