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Males and females of the same species don't have different scientific names, but different species do have different scientific names and there are many different rabbit species, so there's no single answer to this question. All domestic rabbits, including males, belong to the European Rabbit species and their scientific name is Oryctolagus cuniculus.
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.
Common names might not be as common as you think. Organisms can be known by several different common names, depending on when and where you are. Inversely, several different plants may be referred to with the same common name, depending on their similarities. Scientific names never change, and no two differing organisms have the same scientific name. This allows for a better understanding and grouping of organisms within the scientific community.
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.
No, as all of science is based on "what we know today", names given are sometimes merged with other, previous names. Sometimes the scientific name is changed. Sometimes species can be split into more that one. Note that there are many different scientific authorities, which quite often disagree with each other about scientific names.
Stork are in the family Ciconiidae. There are 17 different genus of stork and with every different genus there is a different scientific name. Some stork breeds and scientific names are: Black Stork- Ciconia Nigra White Stork- Ciconia ciconia Marabou Stork- Leptoptilos crumeniferus Wood Stork- Mycteria americana For a list of all the different breeds of stork and their scientific names visit: avianweb.com
There are different species of chamomile with different scientific names. The most common species (the kind widly used in tea) appears to be Matricaria chamomilla. The various species and their scientific names can be found at the US Department of Agriculture's PLANTS database, searching "chamomile" under Common Name: