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What is the main benefit of using scientific names instead of common names for organisms?
 
Scientific names have been around for much longer than common names have.
Scientific names give everyone a shared terminology while common names can vary around the world.
Scientific names include a code for classification while common names do not.
Scientific names are more descriptive than common names for an organism

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