What Is The Scientific Name For Zombies?

Cryptozooglogists, Necrologists, and Zombologists classify zombies as Homo Necrosis Zombifis under the supernatural sciences.  The complete paranormal classification is below:

Kingdom: Cryptida (Supernatural Cryptids)
Phylum: Immortalis (Immortals)
Class: SupraNecrosis (Living Dead Beings)
Order: Magica (A Product Of Magic)
Family: Anthropophagis Sanguinus (Survives Off Human Flesh And Blood)
Genus: Homo Necrosis (The Melding Of Human And Zombie)
Species: Homo Necrosis Zombifis (Scientific Name For Zombies)

Cryptida is the seventh Kingdom that mainstream science refuses to acknowledge.

Despite Zombies being technically Immortal they also are in a state of rotting necrosis which means they will be non-animated in less than a decade depending on the circumstances of the environment they menace.  However magical intervention could theoretically extend their destructive lives indefinitely.  The original supernatural zombie virus is a product of a magical accident.  In addition to practitioners of magic raising corpses from the dead the zombies themselves can pass on the virus to make new zombies.

See also the scientific name for Vampires.

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About Ashley Abercrombie

I'm Mystic Investigations Chief Cryptozoologist. I became interested in Cryptids when I found out my missing father was in fact a zombie. A pre-zombie who fathered me while he was infected with the paranormal zombification virus. Now I'm some how a zombie-human hybrid. Although I look perfectly normal, and live a mostly normal life. Well except for the fact that I can fake being dead, and can go a long time without breathing oxygen. My blood holds the key to curing the zombie scourge that infests our paranormal planet.

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