Felis catusFelis domesticusFelis silvestris
FELIS: the type genus of Felidae comprising the true or typical cats. CATUS: The Domesticated Cat
Panthera LeonPanthera Leopanthera pardus
PANTHREA: a genus within the Felidae family LEO: Pertaining to a Lion
ANURA: An order of tailless amphibians that comprises the frogs and toads.
Canis lupusCanis lupinCanis lupus familiaris
CANIS: a genus containing seven to 10 extant species, including the domestic dog, wolves, coyotes, and jackals, and many extinct species. LUPUS: The latin word for "Wolf"
Giraffa camelopardalisGiraffidae camelopardalisGirrafa camopardalis
GIRAFFA: a genus of artiodactylous mammals comprising the giraffes which together with the okapis and extinct related forms constitute a family and sometimes a superfamily of Artiodactyla. CAMELOPARDILIS: Camel marked like a leopard
PSITTACIFORMES: an order of zygodactyl birds comprising the parrots and related birds (as the amazons, cockatoos, lorikeets, lories, macaws, parrakeets)
FOLIVORA: Any of various slow-moving, arboreal mammals of the suborder Folivora of South and Central America, having long hook like claws by which they hang upside down with
Lamouris colfiliaLama glamaLamouria
LAMA GLAMA: (Lama guanicoe pacos), and the domestic llama (Lama guanicoe glama). Guanacos and vicuñas live in the wild, while alpacas – as well as llamas – exist only as domesticated animals.
Capra aegagrus hircusOreamnisis americorosOreamnos americanus
Capra Aegagrus Hircus
CAPRA: a genus of mammals, the goats or wild goats, composed of up to nine species, including the wild goat, the markhor, and several species known as ibex. AEGAGRUS: undomesticated goat wild goat HIRCUS: any of various breeds of goat raised for milk or meat or wool
SCIURIDAE: a mammal family of true squirrels including: ground squirrels; marmots; chipmunks; flying squirrels; spermophiles
Pandurious fascicularisMacaca fascicularisPan
MACACA: A genus of macaques including the rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta), much used in laboratory biomedical research. Formerly called Macacus FASCICULARIS: I have no clue.....
Homo SaipiensHetero SaipiensHumanis Capuluna
HOMO: Same SAIPIENS: of, relating to, or being recent humans
Can You Guess The Scientific Name Of These Animals
Well, you can't have everything you want... And I take that 0-20 score wasn't it.
Almost there, keep going! Kee- oh....nevermind. That 50% score just flew out the roof, instead you got 21-40
You did it! You got a 41-60 score! Have a carrot!
You are the all supreme Snake! With a strong 61-80 score! Well until the Eagle eats you that is....good luck!
You are the top of the foodchain, you are all mighty, and you got that caw caw score of 81-100! Go grab yourself some carp tonight!