What are species?

What are species? 

Scholars have ordered the creatures as indicated by their common features. Creatures that share a great features in common are known as species. For example, all individuals from the dog species have comparative body structures and similar conduct. Comparative species are grouped together in one family, similar families are assembled in orders, and orders are additionally combined to form classes. The fox, wolf and dog species consolidate to make one 'family' of canine predators. Together with the cat and bear families, they have a place with the 'order' of predators in the 'class' of mammals, which thus have a place with the vertebrates in the 'kingdom' of creatures.

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