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The Kazarites were a humanoid civilization native to planet Kazar. While technologically advanced, the Kazarites were noted ecologists, and largely lived in agricultural societies well into the 23rd century.

Kazarites were able to communicate telepathically with animals from all planets. The Kazarites also had limited telekinetic powers and were able to teleport themselves mentally.

Kazarites often carried pellets in bags around their necks, mixing them with water to make a yeast-like food. (TOS reference: The Making of Star Trek: The Motion Picture)

According to Kevin Riley, speaking from experience, one should "never" want to seat a Therbian next to a Kazarite at a state dinner, not unless one wanted the Therbian hacking and coughing before the entrée is even served. (TOS novel: Foul Deeds Will Rise)

Kazarite robes were worn by a Tellarite councilor in the year 2286. (TOS movie: The Voyage Home)

Kazarites were recruited to help revive the ecology of the planet Mestiko following the destruction caused by "the Pulse". The Kazarites also allowed the Mestikan Zamestaad and other Payav refugees to settle in the Jarol Desert on Kazar following the mar-Atyya revolution in 2274. (TOS - Mere Anarchy eBook: The Darkness Drops Again)

Lieutenant Chamish, a male Kazarite, served on the USS Titan under Captain William T. Riker in 2380. (TTN novel: Orion's Hounds)

A group of Kazarites, along with members of other races, were stranded on Pacifica during the Borg Invasion of 2381, but were able to return home when the crisis was over. (TNG novel: Losing the Peace)

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