In my novel, magic is only available in two forms. One of these I was terming as "racial" magic which means that every creatures, of the same species, would be born with a specific form of magic inherit only to them. However, due to researching taxonomic classification, I've read that "race" is only mainly associated as a human classification. Instead there are species and subspecies with other classifications such as breeds. My world has a vast selection of races and creatures. Many are unique only to the book I'm writing. My question is should I classify it as "Racial Magic" or perhaps term it differently, such as "Special" Magic? I have to say "Racial Magic" has a bit more of a nice ring to it. However, even something as ordinary as a rabbit would have a form of inherit magic. The magic is an evolutionary survival adaption just as the other form of magic serves as technological advancement. Should I simply not give it a specific term and describe it as inherit magic unique to each species? At some point I will have to explain my magic system, any help will be appreciated. My system is simple, but the things that are most simple should be the ones most perfected.