International Cetacean Education Research Centre (ICERC)
1987, Australia, by Kamala Hope-Campbell.
Unite world's leading scientists, conservationists, artists, mystics and healers in acknowledgement of the vital key that the cetaceans hold to planetary peace; provide the latest technology to accelerate interspecies communication from a position of equality and respect for the dolphins and whales; raise humanity's knowledge of cetaceans through high-tech information exchange and the dissemination of this information through the creation of education packages.
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Includes: U-XG3743 - Communicare ICERC Europe; Japan Office.
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