you cannot give a scientific name like that. it depends that of which animal you are talking about. they can be vertebrates or invertebrates, they can be mammals or amphibians so after knowing this we can give them scientific names.
Latin is used for the scientific names of plants and animals.
For animals: organism
On google just look up scientific names for plants and animals it works just try it.
Scientific names are important for two reasons. (1) There are so many species of animals in the world that scientific names are the one unique name for that one unique species and (2) through scientific names, you can see how the different species of animals are related. Black squirrels and red squirrels aren't the same species, but they're related and their scientific names reflect this.
Yes, they have.
scientific name of onion
Botany is the study of plants. Animals cannot have botanical names. Animals do have scientific names which are analogous to botanical names for plants, but they can't all be listed here.
Scientific names are very specific. The common names of many animals are just that, common. One common name may be the widely accepted name for multiple animals or plants. Common names for plants and animals also vary with region.
Common names given to animals and plants are often different depending on where you are in the country. Also, several common names can sometimes be used. A scientific name is officially accepted by the scientific world, and is the same name everywhere.
Foods do not have scientific names. Species of plants, animals, fungi, have Latin names, but cheese is none of these.
Animals do not name themselves, people do that..
You can go to scientificname.net
The Sun does not have any scientific name like the names of plants and animals.
Most deep sea animals have no common names hence their scientific names are their common names.
Cheese is not alive so it doesn't have a scientific name because foods don't have scientific names. Species of plants, animals, fungi, have Latin or 'scientific' names, but cheeses none of these.
Depends entirely on the aminal, they have unique names
There are thousands of scientific names of animals. Examples include: Canus Lupus Arcticus, Dugong Dugon, Gynnidomorpha Alisman and Ramphastos Sulfuratus. Humans are Homo sapiens.
Except possibly for obsolete scientific names due to reclassifications, every animal has just one scientific name -- such is the virtue of scientific names. Many animals are called by different names in different parts of the world and so have many common names. In fact, only the rarest , most narrowly distributed animals have only one common name.