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ScienceShare.co.uk Shared Resource

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ScienceShare.co.uk Shared Resource

  1. 1. A <ul><li>An army of… </li></ul>ants
  2. 2. B <ul><li>A flange of… </li></ul>baboons
  3. 3. C <ul><li>A murder of… </li></ul>crows
  4. 4. D <ul><li>A pack of… </li></ul>dogs
  5. 5. E <ul><li>A mob of… </li></ul>emus
  6. 6. F <ul><li>A school of… </li></ul>fish
  7. 7. G <ul><li>A gaggle of… </li></ul>geese
  8. 8. H <ul><li>A bloat of… </li></ul>hippopotami
  9. 9. J <ul><li>A smack of… </li></ul>jellyfish
  10. 10. K <ul><li>A litter of… </li></ul>kittens
  11. 11. L <ul><li>A pride of… </li></ul>lions
  12. 12. M <ul><li>A tiding of… </li></ul>magpies
  13. 13. N <ul><li>A watch of… </li></ul>nightingales
  14. 14. O <ul><li>A parliament of… </li></ul>owls
  15. 15. P <ul><li>A colony of… </li></ul>penguins
  16. 16. Q <ul><li>A bevy of… </li></ul>quail
  17. 17. R <ul><li>A rhumba of… </li></ul>rattlesnakes
  18. 18. S <ul><li>A flock of… </li></ul>sheep
  19. 19. T <ul><li>A knot of… </li></ul>toads
  20. 20. V <ul><li>A generation of… </li></ul>vipers
  21. 21. W <ul><li>A sneak of… </li></ul>weasels

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