Species name Spin the wheel, A species name is a two-part scientific name used to identify a particular species of organism. that you can use to pick a random item from the list: mithwhen, Wingwind, watchers.
This naming system, known as binomial nomenclature, was developed by the Swedish botanist Carl Linnaeus in the 18th century and is still used today. The first part of a species name is the genus, which refers to a group of closely related organisms that share similar characteristics. The second part of the name is the species epithet, which describes a specific characteristic of the organism or the location where it was first discovered. For example, the scientific name for humans is Homo sapiens, where "Homo" is the genus and "sapiens" is the species epithet, meaning "wise" or "intelligent" in Latin.