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What is organism's genus and species names?

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A genus (plural: genera, from Latin genus "descent, family, type, gender") is a low-level taxonomic rank used in the classification of living and fossil organisms.
Like almost all other taxonomic units, genera may sometimes be divided into subgenera, singular: subgenus. The largest main taxonomic unit below the genus is the species.
get to the point idk all of the names but when someone asks you the names give them the names. not beed around the bush like these guys did.
Ursus= bears


It is known as its Binomial Name.

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