Why do we classify animals?
Consequently, why do we classify?
To classify means to put things into groups. </li></ul>Reasons to Classify <br /><ul><li>Classifications systems make communication in science easier by having just one name for each organism. It also helps to organize information about organisms and their needs.
Beside above, what are the seven classification of animals? There are seven major levels of classification: Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, and Species. The two main kingdoms we think about are plants and animals.
Considering this, why do we classify animals and plants?
Classification of animals and plants allows scientist to group, identify, and name organisms through a standardized system. This standardized system is accepted by scientist around the world. Allowing scientist to study animals and plants without confusion as to the type of organism they are working with.
What are benefits of classification?
The benefit of classifying organisms are as follows: (i) Classification facilitates the identification of organisms. (ii) helps to establish the relationship among various groups of organisms. (iii) helps to study the phylogeny and evolutionary history of organisms.