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If you protect Po and his home you're protecting so much more for people and nature


In celebration of the new chapter in DreamWorks Animation’s beloved action-comedy franchise, Kung Fu Panda 4, WWF and DreamWorks Animation have teamed up to raise awareness about the plight of the real wildlife depicted in the film. 

Kung Fu Panda 4 tells the story of the giant panda Po, who is the Dragon Warrior and has now been tapped to become the Spiritual Leader of the Valley of Peace. Po is joined by  Master Shifu (a red panda), Tai Lung (a snow leopard), and Zhen (a corsac fox) in this hilarious, butt-kicking new film.



Just as Po takes on the role of Spiritual Leader, real-life animals like giant pandas, snow leopards, and more contribute to the health of their natural ecosystems. In fact, all organisms play a valuable role in keeping their native ecosystems balanced and thriving.

When we protect one species, we’re helping to protect them all for the benefit of people and nature. 



When you protect pandas, you protect so much more

Discover some of the unique characteristics of these species and ways they support their natural habitats.

You can help protect wildlife

Explore our teaching resources for ages 8-15, perfect for celebrating Kung Fu Panda 4 and learn how everyone can play a role in protecting wildlife and their wild homes.


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Room to grow

Engage your students with an art project aimed at celebrating their unique strengths and fostering a growth mindset. Through this activity, they'll learn and uncover their leadership skills as they reflect on their talents and future aspirations.

Download the arts and crafts activity
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Biodiversity escape room

Challenge your students with this team-building, escape room-style exercise exploring ecological roles within an ecosystem and how biodiversity is connected to ecosystem health. While solving the puzzles, students will learn to recognize how their own actions contribute to a team's success.

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Conservation calculations: Species of Asia

Have your students practice multiplication, division, basic graphing, and multi-step word problems while learning about pandas, snow leopards, pangolins, and other Asian animals.