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|In the library||Contains||Linnaeus' groups||Example name||The names might look strange.
That's because they are Latin names.
|Adults' or children's||Children's books||Kingdom||Animalia||Animals|
|Fiction or non-fiction||Non-fiction||Class||Mammalia||Animals that feed their young with their milk.|
|Subject||Books on transport||Order||Perissodactyla||This means animals having hooves made from an odd number of toes. A horse has hooves. Each one is made from a single toe.|
|Special subject||Books on trains||Genus||Equus||For the horse, its genus name is Equus, meaning any sort of horse.|
|Book||High-speed Trains||Species||Caballus||Caballus means an ordinary horse.|