The Water Bowl: How Leonardo DiCaprio Is Helping Elephants

02/20/2013 at 12:30 PM EST

Leonardo DiCaprio Wants Thailand to Ban Ivory Trade
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Once again, Leonardo DiCaprio is speaking up for elephants: The actor is advocating for Thailand to ban all ivory trade within the country. Collaborating with the World Wildlife Fund, DiCaprio is encouraging people to sign a petition pressing Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to outlaw the trade in an effort to save African and Asian elephants from illegal poaching. –AP

Reunited and it feels so good! After 10 years, a Nashua, N.H., man is back home with his dog Ginger, whom he hadn't seen since he got a divorce a decade ago. After his ex-wife first surrendered the dog to the Humane Society, an elderly couple adopted Ginger. The pooch was then taken back to the shelter last October when the couple could no longer care for her. When Ginger alas reunited with her original owner, who was looking through the Humane Society's website on a whim, she started licking his face. –ABC News

Ever try to do some work at your computer, only to have your cat walk all over your keyboard? It's not a new problem. An uncovered document dating back to March 11, 1445 revealed – what else? – inky paw prints. –The Atlantic

Meet the Houdini Horse, whose escape artist-like antics out of her stall were caught on video. The 9-year-old Michigan horse learned to open latches in her home at Misty Meadow Farms. She "doesn't like to be locked in," says the farm's co-owner. –AP

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