Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
Gang. A group of lions is a pride.
Rhumba. A group of hogs is a drift.
Paddling. A group of ducks is also called a brace or a team.
Business. A group of ferrets is also called a fesnyng. A dray is a group of squirrels.
Tribe. A group of goats is also a trip or a herd. A company is a group of parrots.
Smack. A culture is a group of bacteria. A float is a group of crocodiles.
Dule. A kindle is a group of kittens. A hover is a group of trout.
Plague. A cloud is a group of gnats.
Kine. Twelve cows are a flink. A gang is a group of elks.
Colony. A shoal is a group of bass. A pod is a group of whales or walrus.
Rag. A spring is a group of teals. A bevy is a group of swans.
Cete. A mob is a group of emus. An unkindness is a group of ravens.
String. A drove is a group of oxen. A troupe is a group of baboons.
Quiver. A lamentation is a group of swans. A swarm is a group of flies.
Clowder. A charm is a group of finches. A rag is a group of colts. A Brood is a group of chickens.
rattlesnake. Moles, appropriately, are in labors, hyenas are in cackles (also appropriate), and halibut, well, they're just cool. *A,B,C:1,2,3: Eric, the half a bee* Thank you, and please send me any more interesting groups you may come across. Who knows, I may make another quiz! -M.
vultures. Storks travel in musterings, porcupines in prickles, and rats in packs, swarms, or colonies.
barracuda. I can't imagine pulling out a barracuda, but zebras are in zeals, herds or dazzles, and tigers are in ambushes or streaks. Very appropriate.
toads. You could also look in a nest or a knot, but I would much rather look in a knab.
minnow. I don't steam minnows myself, but I thought it was a fun one.
turtle. Turtles also travel in doles and turns. Like, woah, dude!
wasp. You can also call it a nest or a herd, but wouldn't you rather call it a pladge?
jellyfish. Smuck, Smuck, Smuck! How great is that? The other name for a group of jellyfish is a brood, but it's not nearly as funny...
fly. Other names for a group of flies are: hatch, grist, swarm, and cloud.