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Collective Nouns – Animals

Collective Nouns, Common Used Collective Nouns for Animals, etc… Please follow the list for detailed expressions, lists and examples;





What is Collective Noun?

Collective noun is a noun which describes a group of things oe people. It means collective noun is a single noun that is made up of  more than one thing or person or etc. For example: family, group, flock, team.

Examples:

  •   The shepherd is bringing his flock down from the hills.
  •   The dead sheep was covered with swarms of flies.
  •   Every summer droves of sightseers crowd the city.
  •   We could see shoals of tiny fish darting around.




Collective Nouns Used For Animals
an army of ants
a bevy of quail
a broad of chickens
a catch of fish
a cloud of insects
a colony of gulls
a drove of horses
a flight of birds
a flock of sheep
a gaggle of geese
a haul of fish
a herd of cattle
a hive of bees
a host of sparrows
a kindle of kittens
a litter of cubs
a menagerie of wild animals
a murder of crows
a nest of mice
a pack of wolves
a plague of locusts
a pride of lions
a school of whales
a shoal of fish
a skein of wild geese in flight
a string of horses
a stud of horses
a swarm of bees
a team of oxen
a train of camels
a tribe of goats
a troop of lions
a zoo of wild animals

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