Do you ever wonder what a group of crows is called? Or a bunch of spiders? Well, look no further. Here are some proper collective names for animals, birds, fish, insects, and more.
A group of cats is called a clowder or a pounce.
A group of wasps is called a colony, a hive, a swarm, or a nest.
A group of rats is called a mischief.
A group of wolves is called a pack or a route (when in movement).
A group of dogs is typically called a litter (pups), a pack (three or more adults), or a cowardice (mutts).
(Deep Blue Sea)
A group of sharks is called a shiver.
Class: Cartilaginous fish
A group of Komodo dragons is called a bank.
(Night of the Lepus)
A group of rabbits is called a colony, a warren, a nest, or a herd (domestic only).
A group of monkeys is called a troop or a barrel.
A group of crows is called a murder or a horde.
A group of bats is called a colony.
A group of slugs is called a cornucopia whereas a group of snails may be called an escargatoire.
(Eight Legged Freaks)
A group of spiders is called a cluster.
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