Recent advancements in large language models have allowed such chatbots as ChatGPT to be developed. As AI continues to evolve, it raises both excitement and apprehension about its potential impact on our society. Recently, a group of industry leaders and scientists warned that the AI technology they were building might one day pose an existential threat to humanity and should be considered a societal risk on a par with pandemics and nuclear wars. While it is not clear if such risk can be mitigated, the existential risk of some forms of wildlife can be salvaged by means of AI. To promote the importance of wildlife conservation, EAI has teamed up with Lenovo with the support of the Ocean Park and AiTLE to organize an AI competition for this purpose. In this talk, we will provide more details of the competition and explain how primary and secondary students can learn about both AI and conservation from the event.