Name the scientist who first attempted the double-naming principle for each species.

The scientist who developed the naming system for different taxa of organisms is Carl Linnaeus. Linnaeus was a Swedish scientist who devoted his life to classifying organisms based on similarities and differences. He suggested giving organisms scientific names in Greek or Latin, so that scientists speaking different languages would understand what kind of organism they are talking about. According to the proposal, species have a double name, where one of the parts is the name of the genus to which the species belongs, and the second is the name of the species itself.

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