What Is the Scientific Name for Birds?


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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Answer The class is Aves.
The scientific class Aves includes all birds.
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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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