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 2. Linnaeus’ classification system has seven levels

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PostSubject: 2. Linnaeus’ classification system has seven levels   04/02/09, 10:40 pm

• From most general to most specific, the levels are
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
Family
Genus
Species
• Animals that share one level will also share all the levels above that one. EX- If they are both in Class, they will also share Phylum and Kingdom
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