English is nothing if not a colourful language, and our bizarre ways of naming animal groups are as playful and cute as many of the species they describe.
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We all know that fish form a school and a group of deer is called a herd, but some of these strange group names may surprise you
For instance, did you know that a group of bears is called …
While a group of polar bears (a gathering that happens rarely—usually only for breeding or feeding) is called …
A group of raccoons is known as …
And a group of beavers is fittingly called …
You might have guessed that a group of bucks is called …
But would you ever assume a group of squirrels is …
“Herd of turtles” might be slang for slow traffic, but a group of them is actually called …
And groups of foxes go by four names …
a skulk, a leash, a troop, or an earth.
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