Lisa’s Logic: Groups Of Animals
So the last two days going back and forth to work, I noticed a lot of turkeys. That, of course, started me thinking -- oops -- about names of groups of animals.
Flock seems to go with birds, and could be pod or flight, too. Then there is a flock of sheep or goats, also known as herd, trip or mob.
Herd seems to be popular:
- Buffalo/elk: could be also gang.
- Cattle: could be drove.
- Elephants: also parade.
- Porpoises: along with pod, school or turmoil.
- Whales: could be gam, pod, or school.
Some other groups are: Clowder or glaring of cats, skulk of foxes, charm or chirm of finches, muster of peacocks, cloud of gnats, a crash of rhinoceros, a bask of crocodiles and a knot of toads. Then there is leap or lepe of leopards; cast of hawks; and down, husk or mute of hare; also a pandemonium of parrots.
The list just goes on and on. Using this fresh list of words, I am thinking maybe a game of Scrabble, or any word game, might be in the near future. My husband will probably win, but it's all in fun.
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