What do you call a group of…?

Antelope: A herd of antelope

Fly: A swarm of flies

Ant: A colony or An army of ants

Fox: A skulk or leash of foxes

Ape: A shrewdness of apes

Frog: An army or colony of frogs

Bacteria: A culture of bacteria

Geese: A flock, gaggle or skein (in flight) of geese

Bear: A sleuth or sloth of bears

Goat: A herd, tribe or trip goats

Beaver: A colony of beavers

Gorilla: A band of gorillas

Bee: A swarm, grist or hive of bees

Hawk: A cast or kettle of hawks

Bird: A flock, flight, congregation or volery of birds

Hen: A brood of hens

Boar: A sounder of boars

Horse: A team, pair or harras of horses

Buffalo: A herd of buffalo

Jellyfish: A smack of jellyfish

Caterpillar: An army of caterpillars

Kangaroo: A troop or mob of kangaroos

Cat: A clowder or clutter of cats

Kitten: A kindle or litter of kittens

Cattle: A herd or drove of cattle

Leopard: A leap (leep) of leopards

Chicken: A brood or peep of chickens

Lion: A pride of lions

Chicks: A clutch or chattering of chicks

Locust: A plague of locusts

Clam: A bed of clams

Monkey: A troop of monkeys

Cobra: A quiver of cobras

Mule: A barren or span of mules

Cow: A kine of cows

Owls: A parliament of owls

Coyote: A band of coyote

Oxen: A yoke, drove, team or herd of oxen

Crocodile: A float of crocodiles

Oyster: A bed of oysters

Crow: A murder of crows

Parrot: A company of parrots

Cub: A litter of cubs

Peacock: A muster or peacock

Cur: A cowardice of curs

Penguin: A colony of penguins

Deer: A herd of deer

Pheasant: A nest, nide of pheasants

Dog: A pack of dogs

Pigeon: A flock or flight of pigeons

Donkey: A herd or pace of asses

Pig: A litter of pigs

Duck: A brace, paddling or team of ducks

Quail: A covey or bevy of quail

Elephant: A herd of elephants

Rabbit: A nest of rabbits

Fish: A school,shoal,run,haul,catch of fish

Rat: A pack or swarm of rats

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