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The Oceania Project. Caring for Whales, Dolphins and the oceans. What is the Oceania Project?. In 1988, a not-for-profit, research and information organisation called the Oceania project was established to raise awareness about whales, dolphins and porpoises (oceania.org.au). .

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The oceania project

The Oceania Project

Caring for Whales, Dolphins and the oceans


What is the oceania project

What is the Oceania Project?

In 1988, a not-for-profit, research and information organisation called the Oceania project was established to raise awareness about whales, dolphins and porpoises (oceania.org.au).


What does the oceania project do

What does the Oceania Project do?

The Oceania project is a website that provided detailed information about whales, dolphins, and porpoises. It also provides ways for global citizens to help protect these marine mammals. You can purchase DVD’s, books and whales songs from this website as well as watch expeditions. The Oceania Project also p0rovides internships, to continue research on Ceteca.


Global cetacean summary report

Global Cetacean summary report

This report details the values of whales, dolphins, and porpoises and the economic value associated with their conservation and non-consumptive use.

For more information please visit oceania.org.au


Reference

Reference

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  • Digital trends. (2011). Dolphins [image]. Retrieved from http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/translation-technology-may-let-humans-speak-with-dolphins/#!LJmU6

  • True wild life. (2011). [image]. Retrieved from http://true-wildlife.blogspot.com.au/2011/02/bottlenose-dolphin.html


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