We classify things into groups and categories to help us stay organized, keep
track of things and be able to compare different things. For example, similar foods
Scientists classify living things to make it easier to study and understand the
behaviors, lives and evolutionary progression of millions of life forms. They use a
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Why do we classify things? * Classification provides scientists and students a
way to sort and group organisms for easier study. * There are millions of
The members of each group of living things share a set of special features unique
to that group. For example, plants ... How do we divide the animal kingdom?
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importance of classification is rooted in the facts below: It helps in ...
Classifying things is something we do. We write lists, collect stamps, and
trainspot. We endow and build museums and art galleries. Different rooms at the
system of classification used in the biological sciences to describe and
categorize all ... Why should we be interested in ... Why do we classify living
The classification of living things includes 7 levels: kingdom, phylum, classes,
order, ... Humans belong to the Mammal Class because we drink milk as a baby.
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... Do you think that scientists use classification when they are studying things?
For thousands of years people have known how living things differ from ...
Linnaeus basically grouped the organisms according to similarity, as we do today