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Mission Animal Rescue

Your May Mission

What is this lion thinking?

Complete your summer challenge.

What do you think this lion is thinking? Tell us to complete your May Mission Animal Rescue challenge! Just send in a caption for this photo on My Shot. (See below if you don't have an account.) Then show your friends and family the silly picture, and ask them to give their best guess.

 

Talking about endangered animals is the first step in saving them. By participating in Mission Animal Rescue challenges, you’re helping to protect endangered animals.

 

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PARENTS AND TEACHERS! Learn more about Mission Animal Rescue and ways to guide your young learner with our toolkit!

EDUCATORS DIVE DEEPER

Lion teaching resources

Which animal do you think has the funniest walk?

Learn more about saving polar bears in this video! Watch all of our Mission Animal Rescue videos here

 

 

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HELP SAVE ANIMALS! 

 

Organize a bake sale, then donate the profits to Mission Animal Rescue. Grab a parent and see below to find out how.

Contact a sports team with an endangered animal mascot and ask them to donate.

Ask your teacher to help form a Mission Animal Rescue club to get kids thinking about endangered animals.

Write a story about your favorite animal and ask your local newspaper to publish it.

 

 

More About Mission Animal Rescue

Mission Animal Rescue charges you to save our planet's most endangered and threatened animals. The initiative aims to inspire you to learn as much as possible about endangered animals and to take action to rescue them.

 

Through this site and through the Mission Animal Rescue books, you will have the opportunity to learn in-depth information about endangered animals, and to access resources and activities that help you get involved. By combining education, habitat protection, and a global network of volunteers, activists, and advocates, we can build a better world for animals and ourselves!

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