Parliaments, Pandemoniums, & Packs: Animal Groups Trivia

Parliaments, Pandemoniums, & Packs: Animal Groups Trivia

When we think of groups of animals, we often think of words like herds, packs, and flocks. While it is true that those terms are used for multiple different groups of animals, there are many unique names that are far less known. Here’s a detailed list: tower, cloud, leach, charm, horde, skein, troubling, cast, kettle, parade, dule, brace, team, paddling, convocation, mob, shoal, run, stand, murder, ambush, sedge, quiver, rag, kine, fold, swarm, coalition, army, clowder, obstinacy, pounce, nuisance, brood, peep, troop, cete, shrewdness, cauldron, sleuth, clutch, chattering, bask, pod, fesnyng, businesss, and skulk. Time for you to see how much you know!

What do you call a group of whales?

What do you call a group of pigeons?

What do you call a group of penguins?

What do you call a group of ravens?

What do you call a group of pigs?

What do you call a group of sharks?

What do you call a group of raccoons?

What do you call a group of otters?

What do you call a group of rabbits?

What do you call a group of ponies?

What do you call a group of stingrays?

What do you call a group of porcupines?

What do you call a group of wolves?

What do you call a group of sheep?

What do you call a group of storks?

What do you call a group of parrots?

What do you call a group of rhinos?

What do you call a group of tigers?

What do you call a group of owls?

What do you call a group of peacocks?

What do you call a group of oxen?

What do you call a group of oysters?

What do you call a group of vultures?

What do you call a group of rats?

What do you call a group of rattlesnakes?

Parliaments, Pandemoniums, & Packs: Animal Groups Trivia

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