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What is the Classification of a Canada Goose?
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What do you mean by classification?
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?????? Is this what you are looking for? Branta canadensis
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Its scientific name is branta canadensis
Therefore it is genus classification is in the branta classification and its subfamily anserinae further in the family of anseriformes which leaves it in the bird order.
Is that what you were looking for?
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Its also a considered dark goose in the hunting regs if thats what your talking about
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