Most people usually know that a group of lions is called a PRIDE, that a family of elephants form a HERD, or that ants can be found in a COLONY!
However, do you know how a group of giraffes is called? Or even a group of hippos?
How about a group of rhinos?
Not as easy, huh?! 🙂
Shall we find out? 😉
What do you call a group of…
* Reptiles and Amphibians
A quiver of cobras.
A congregation or nest of crocodiles.
A bask or float of crocodiles.
An army or colony of frogs.
A knot of frogs.
A den, bed, pit or slither of snakes.
A nest or knot of snakes.
A brood of snakes (family group).
A creep of tortoises.
A bale, dole or nest of turtles.
A turn of turtles.
A nest or brood of vipers.
Fish (in general)
A shoal, draft, nest or school of fish.
A run of fish (in motion).
A shiver or school of sharks.
A colony of ants.
A grist, hive, swarm, drift or bike of bees.
A cluster, erst or nest of bees.
An army of caterpillars.
A cast of crabs.
A cloud, hatch, business or swarm of flies.
A cloud or swarm of grasshoppers.
Insects (in general)
A swarm of insects.
A cloud of mosquitoes.
A scourge of mosquitoes.
A cluster of spiders.
A brood, colony, nest or swarm of termites.
Have other interesting groups of animal names to share?
Feel free to do so in the comments section… 😉