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There are eight classifications levels for all organisms. They are domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus and species. Genus and species are the two levels that are in all scientific names.

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Remember "Do Kings Play Chess On Fine Grain Sand?" or "Does King Paul Call Out For Good Soup?" and look at the first letters.. D = Domain K = Kingdom P = Phylum C = Class O = Order F = Family G = Genus S= Species Genus and Species are the only two classification levels in all scientific names.

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