48 Comments

  1. Megan Heineman says:

    Taxonomy has classified 1.5 million species so far but there are still millions of species not yet classified

  2. Alyssa Vanosdall says:

    Over 1 million species have been classified.

  3. T says:

    1.5 million species that have been identified…

  4. Wyatt Socha says:

    Taxonomy is an important tool in the classification of organisms.

  5. ryleigh brandt says:

    taxonomy helped classify 1.5 million species known

  6. Colton Helgoth says:

    We have classified about 1.5 billion species in the world by using the classification of taxonomy.

  7. Taylor Kool says:

    We’ve classified 1.5 million species on the world with the help of taxonomy.

  8. Alexis Pedersen says:

    Taxonomy helps us classify the 1.5 million species that we have found.

  9. Riley Glause says:

    We have classified about 1.5 billion species in the world by using the classification of taxonomy.

  10. Jacob Evans says:

    We have only found 1.5 million species

  11. Austin says:

    Still 2-100 million species not found yet

  12. Keoni Kelly says:

    There’s supposedly anywhere between 2 and 100 million species that have not been named by scientists.

  13. Hayley Ehlers says:

    There are still 2-10 million species that have yet not been named and taxonomy has helped us to classify species but it can be challenging.
    -Isabel Contreras

  14. Heather Pohlmeier says:

    Taxonomy helps identify all of the many species known in the world

  15. Nichole MichAlski says:

    We had classify 1.5 million species

  16. Garrett Byerly says:

    Carolous Linnaeus came up with binomial nomenclature or scientific and seven levels of classification

  17. Reiley Hillman says:

    Taxonomy has helped us to classify species but it can be challenging because of the diversity and anatomy.

  18. Raigan says:

    There are 2 to 100million species on earth that have yet to be named.

  19. Raigan says:

    There are 2 to 1 million species on earth that have yet to be named.

  20. Nicole Phinney says:

    There are 2 to maybe 100 million species that are yet to be discovered.

  21. Sarah Hoban says:

    Taxonomy helps classify all of the many species known in the world

  22. Erik says:

    They learn about ecology and the more understanding we have, groups will get smaller and we will ba able to classify more species.

  23. Alli Mehring says:

    Taxonomy helps us to classify 1.5 million species that we have found.

  24. Jordyn Retzlaff says:

    Taxonomy helps us classify 1.5 million species

  25. Emily K. says:

    The more knowledge we gain on organisms the smaller and more accurate the classifying becomes.

  26. Mikayla H says:

    1.5 million species have been classified thanks to taxonomy

  27. Kaitie says:

    Taxonomy helps us put all the 1.5 million species into different groups so we can classify them easier.

  28. Stetson Guyette says:

    Taxonomy has helped us classify 1.5 million species. It is hard because of diversity and anatomy.

  29. Austin Fransisco says:

    We can classify 1.5 million species thanks to taxonomy.

  30. Sarah Ruzicka says:

    There are more than 1.5 species classified

  31. Hannah says:

    Because of diversity and anamonty it is hard to classify species into taxonomy, but we have classified 1.5 million spieces

  32. Lauren Rookstool says:

    Taxonomy is used to classify species but is hard because of diversity and anatomy.

  33. Thomas verba says:

    Thomas Verba

    There are 1.5 million species classified

  34. Taylor Wieland says:

    We have classified 1.5 million species

  35. Maddie Schultz says:

    Because of diversity and anamonty it is hard to classify species into taxonomy

  36. Shelby M. says:

    The old system was hard to standardize and interpret, so binomial nomenclature was created.

  37. Maddi Jussel says:

    We have classified 1.5 million species in our world due to taxonomy.

  38. Abby Dvorak says:

    Finding order in diversity is challenging because life is constantly changing.

  39. Kyra Baker says:

    Binomial nomenclature, two word naming system that classifies the 1.5 million species that we know of.

  40. Sarah Rathman says:

    Finding complete order in diversity is impossible because life is always changing.

  41. Kayla Bachle says:

    To make it easier to study, we name and group life forms.

  42. Brandon Gannon says:

    Taxonomy is used to classify species but is hard because of diversity and anatomy.

  43. Ryan Wiese says:

    Taxonomy helps us to classify all 1.5 million species we currently know of

  44. Hayley Ehlers says:

    Finding order in diversity is challenging because life is constantly changing.

  45. Isaiah Daws says:

    Taxonomy has allowed us to classify 1.5 billion species in our world by using binomial nomenclature and evolutionary classification

  46. Bailey Parr says:

    Life is always changing and there’s over 1.5 million species known to our world.

  47. Devin Tatro says:

    Taxonomy has helped us classify 1.5 million species but it has not yet help us find the 2-100 million possible species out there.

  48. Allie Carlini says:

    Taxonomy helps classify all of the 1.5 million species known to our world.

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