Bindi Irwin -- along with her mother, Terri Irwin, and brother, Robert Irwin -- stopped by "Good Morning America" on Thursday to reveal how they're continuing the late Crocodile Hunter's legacy.
The 15-year-old sat down with co-anchor Robin Roberts, bringing out the world's cutest penguins to announce the family's new partnership with SeaWorld.
"We are so thrilled to finally be joining SeaWorld on a brand new initiative called Generation Nature," explained Bindi, "Which is all about encouraging kids to get involved and become game changers for wildlife and wild places, which encourages kids to help preserve wildlife.”
Not only is Bindi a wildlife activist, but she might also be a fashion star on the rise.
The eldest Irwin recently made a glam red carpet appearance at the AACTA Awards in January and was turning heads while enjoying the spotlight.
"I had a good time. So I'm following in mom's footsteps because she is gorgeous," says Bindi. "I'm having a lot of fun."
The youngest Irwin, Robert, has also been keeping himself busy and following in his father's footsteps too. He has brand new books on the way and will soon star in a new TV series.
"I'm incredibly proud of them," said Terri when speaking of her children's success. "They're just amazing kids and we're so blessed to get to continue to do our wildlife work as a family."
We're sure the Crocodile Hunter would be proud of his remarkable youngsters too!