What is classification? Classification is where you sort animals in to different groups from their appearance. We have classification because we have got too many (around 8.7M) different species of animals, so we need to group them in to smaller groups. The groups help scientists to understand the differences and similarities between the different animals. […]Read More
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♥︎ᗩᗷOᑌT ᕼOᖇSES♦︎ The horse (Equus ferus caballus) is a domesticated, one-toed, hoofed mammal. It belongs to the taxonomic family Equidae and is one of two extant subspecies of Equus ferus. The horse has evolved over the past 45 to 55 million years from a small […]Read More
What is classification? Classification is sorting species into groups. For example:mammals, amphibians, and so on. The reason for this is because there are so many species still undercover that estimates range from 3 million to 100 million! Scientists sort animals into groups, then might split those groups again and again until they are small enough […]Read More
Classification – What is it and how does it work?
Classification Classification is a way of identifying different species, such as: Mammals, Amphibians and Reptiles. Scientists believe there are over 10 MILLION species on earth. Humans classify our species by sorting them based on similarity’s and differences. This makes it a lot easier for us to identify them. The man who discovered classification, is a Swedish […]Read More
What is Classification?
When was Classification invented? Classification ( sorting ) is finding characteristics between many species. In 1735, a Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus has published a system to classify living things that has been developed by us humans in the modern days. This is called the Linnaeus System. He thought that if there are more than 10 […]Read More
Classification The meaning of classification is to group all living organisms into certain groups based on their characteristics. Mainly, the different types of species are separated into 12 groups. They are: mammals, reptiles, insects, amphibians, mollusc, crustaceans, birds, fishes , echinoderms , annelids, myriapods and arachnids. In this text I will explain the 3 of […]Read More
WHAT IS CLASSIFICATION?H In 1735, a man named Carl Linnaeus (Born in Sweden)invented classification. Classification is a system to group things into smaller groups.If a group is made smaller it would be easier to manage since you can do a group at a time instead of doing it all at once.Groups help us manage stuff because […]Read More
Classification Classification is when you make groups but with animals and different insect such as like a fish lives in the water and never comes out from the water and a dolphin to but it bus come out of the water sometime but they do cool tricks to un like fish. Mammals Mammals are […]Read More
Classification (What is it?)
What is Classification? Classification is when you group certain objects or animals into one group.But Classification is mainly sorting all of the animals into the twelve groups. In the year of 1735, the Swedish Scientist Carl Linnaeus first published a system for classifying all living things.Although he died, because of his great idea the system […]Read More
What is classification? In 1735, Swedish scientist Carl Linnaeus first published a system for classifying all living things. An adapted version of this system is still used today: The Linnaeus System. It is used by sorting animals into groups; for example, a dog is a mammal because it has lungs to breathe ,they are warm-blooded, […]Read More