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jo_with_no_space's avatar

So a "fluther" is a group of jellyfish.. do you know of any other interesting group names for animals?

Asked by jo_with_no_space (1455 points ) March 24th, 2009
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MadParty's avatar

pack of wolves,pride of lions,gaggle of geese,ant colony,herd of elephants,flock of seagulls,murder of crows

JellyB's avatar

An army of frogs! :)

Bluefreedom's avatar

Congregation of Alligators
Troubling of Goldfish
Bloat of Hippos
Charm of Finches
Wisdom of Wombats
Ostentation of Peacocks
Lounge of Lizards

JellyB's avatar

@Bluefreedom Haha! I haven’t heard of a few of those before! :D

jo_with_no_space's avatar

@Bluefreedom A bloat of hippos? That is awesome!

eponymoushipster's avatar

A Murder of crows
A Pod of whales

a fistful of d-bags

fireside's avatar

A Flutter of Butterflies
A Parade of Elephants
A Mess of Iguana
A Scourge of Mosquitoes
A Crash of Rhinoceros

EmpressPixie's avatar

An unkindness or conspiracy of ravens.

A_Beaverhausen's avatar

an opus is a term used for musical groups or genres plural for opera

crisw's avatar

If you want to see more trivia than you ever wanted to see on animal group names, try this- Animal Group Names Trivia

simone54's avatar

I think “FLUTHER” is BULLSHIT. It’s not on that list or dictionaries or anything.

VS's avatar

I’ve always like a business of ferrets.

fireside's avatar

@simone54 – Trywiki

All of these are noted as acceptable:
smack, bloom, brood, smuth, smuck, fluther

A_Beaverhausen's avatar

anyone know what a group of turkeys is?

eponymoushipster's avatar

@A dinner. :)

A_Beaverhausen's avatar

hahahaha! right on!

SeventhSense's avatar

@A_Beaverhausen
A lodge of beavers.

A_Beaverhausen's avatar

hehe i asked because there is this infamous raffle of wild turkeys that live in the woods that surrounds my university’s campus, and i never knew what to call them :P

simone54's avatar

A group of beavers is called a sorority.

A_Beaverhausen's avatar

hahahhahahahahhahahaaa, ill make sure to tell my sorority sisters that!

SeventhSense's avatar

Lodged in the beaver.:)

eponymoushipster's avatar

i’d like to lodge some beaver

fireside's avatar

Does “Fraternity” count?

eponymoushipster's avatar

@fireside that’s the same as a fistful of d-bags.

SeventhSense's avatar

LOL no love for the frat boys e?

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