What Is the Scientific Name for Birds?

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The scientific name for birds is class Aves. Birds are then broken down further by species and put into groups called Orders. This includes birds like: penguins, ducks, herons, and hummingbirds.
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There are many different species, each with a different name.
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Birds are in the class Aves, and are winged, bipedal, endothermic
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Scientific word for birds is Aves. Ornithophobia is scientific name for the phobia or fear of birds.
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Depends on what species you are talking about.there are about 10,000 different ones.all with different scientific names. Examples: American Robin (Turdus migratorius) House Finch
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The scientific name for birds is Aves. Birds are warm blooded, vertebrae animals who lay eggs and have wings and feathers.
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