Celebrity canine is cloned in China
Juice, a dog that was rescued from the streets, is now a film star in China, earning six-figure pay cheques. But as the canine ages and is unable to have puppies since he's neutered, his owner wants to make sure his legacy - and salary - carry on. He's paid more than $50,000 to have Juice cloned. We tell you more.
Also, armed vigilantes dubbed "cow protectors" in India are raising the stakes in a cultural standoff. The animal is considered sacred for much of the population, while others rely on it for food.
And in China, for the first time in generations, the world's biggest population has shrunk. Though the one-child policy has gone, its effects live on.