Caravans, Clowders, & Quivers: Animal Groups Trivia

Caravans, Clowders, & Quivers: Animal Groups Trivia

Not every group of animals is called a pack or a herd. In fact, most groups of animals have quite interesting names. For example, did you know that a group of parrots is NOT called a flock? Nope, they are referred to as a pandemonium! Wouldn't the name 'squawk' be more appropriate? What do you think the name is for a group of tigers? An 'army'? A 'hunt'? A 'stripe'? Nope, they are called an 'ambush'. How about stingrays? Are they called a 'jolt'? A 'shock'? Nope, they are called a 'fever'. That's a pretty cool name. Okay, time to get on with it. Let's see how well you can do with these quiz questions on the names of animal groupings.

What do you call a group of baboons?

What do you call a group of crocodiles?

What do you call a group of bass?

What do you call a group of deer?

What do you call a group of cheetahs?

What do you call a group of wild cats?

What do you call a group of beavers?

What do you call a group of caterpillars?

What do you call a group of bees?

What do you call a group of cattle?

What do you call a group of badgers?

What do you call a group of coyotes?

What do you call a group of apes?

What do you call a group of dogs?

What do you call a group of bears?

What do you call a group of chickens?

What do you call a group of buffalos

What do you call a group of clams?

What do you call a group of crows?

What do you call a group of cranes?

What do you call a group of cats?

What do you call a group of cobras?

What do you call a group of camels?

What do you call a group of bats?

What do you call a group of boars?

Caravans, Clowders, & Quivers: Animal Groups Trivia

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