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Which form of classification groups animals based on their phylogenetic similarities?

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I would say organism 2 and 4 because they are in the same genus.
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Well, no system of classification is really more "natural" than any other system. We just classify things into groups to stay organized. How we organize anything is just
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youve got to know what your doing first of all thats the answer thaqnk you.
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