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List of collective nouns for non-human mammals
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List of collective nouns for non-human mammals

Also see Collective noun

SUBJECT COLLECTIVE TERM
STATUS
aardvarks An aarmory of aardvarks Spurious
antelope A herd of antelope
apes A shrewdness of apes
asses A pace of asses
baboons A congress of baboons
baboons A flange of baboons
badgers A cete of badgers
bats A colony of bats
bears A sloth of bears
beavers A colony of beavers
beavers A lodge of beavers
boars A singular of boars
boars A sounder of boars
buffalo A herd of buffalo
buffalo An obstinacy of buffalo
camels A flock of camels
cats (feral or wild) A destruction of cats (feral or wild)
cats A clowder of cats
cats A cluster of cats
cats A clutter of cats
cats A glaring of cats
cats A pounce of cats
kittens (cats) A kindle of kittens (cats)
cattle A herd of cattle
cattle A kine of cattle
chamois A herd of chamois
cattle A drove of cattle
cows A flink of cows
cows A herd of cows
curs A cowardice of curs
deer A herd of deer
deer A leash of deer
deer A parcel of deer
roes A bevy of roes
hounds A cry of hounds
puppies A litter of puppies
show dogs A bench of show dogs Uncertain
dolphins A pod of dolphins
elephants A herd of elephants
elephants A parade of elephants
elk A gang of elk
ferrets A business of ferrets
ferrets A fesnying of ferrets
foxes A leash of foxes
foxes A skulk of foxes
giraffes A corps of giraffes
giraffes A tower of giraffes Uncertain
goats A tribe of goats
goats A trip of goats
gorillas A band of gorillas
gorillas A woop of gorillas
hares A down of hares
hares A husk of hares
hares A leap of hares
hares A trace of hares
hares A trip of hares
hedgehogs A prickle of hedgehogs
hippopotami A bloat of hippopotami Uncertain
hippopotami A crash of hippopotami
colts A rag of colts
colts A rake of colts
horses A harass of horses
horses A stable of horses
horses A team of horses
mares A stud of mares
ponies A string of ponies
racehorses A field of racehorses
hounds A cry of hounds
hounds A mute of hounds
hounds A pack of hounds
\hyenas A clan of hyenas
kangaroos A court of kangaroos (see note) Spurious
kangaroos A mob of kangaroos
kangaroos A troop of kangaroos
leopards A leap of leopards
lions A pride of lions
lions A sault of lions
lions A sowse of lions
moles A company of moles
moles A labour of moles
moles A movement of moles
monkeys A mission of monkeys
monkeys A tribe of monkeys
mice A mischief of mice
mice A nest of mice
mules A barren of mules
mules A Rake of mules
oxen A span of oxen
oxen A team of oxen
oxen A yoke of oxen
pandas A pandemonium of pandas Spurious
pekinese A pomp of pekinese
hogs A drift of hogs Uncertain
hogs A parcel of hogs
hogs A passel of hogs
piglets A farrow of piglets
piglets A litter of piglets
pigs A drove of pigs
pigs A herd of pigs
pigs A sounder of pigs
polar bears An aurora of polar bears
polecats A chine of polecats
porpoises A turmoil of porpoises Uncertain
possum A passel of possum Uncertain
conies A bury of conies
kittens (rabbits) A wrack of kittens (rabbits)
rabbits A bury of rabbits
rabbits A colony of rabbits
rabbits A nest of rabbits
raccoons A gaze of raccoons
rats A colony of rats
rats A pack of rats
rats A rabble of rats
rats A swarm of rats
rhinoceroses A crash of rhinoceroses
seals A plum of seals Uncertain
seals A pod of seals
seals A spring of seals
lambs A fall of lambs
sheep A flock of sheep
sheep A trip of sheep
squirrels A dray of squirrels
swine A drift of swine
swine A sounder of swine
tigers A streak of tigers
tigers An ambush of tigers
walruses A herd of walruses
walruses An ugly of walruses
weasels A sneak of weasels
whales A gam of whales
whales A herd of whales
whales A pod of whales
whales A school of whales
wolves A pack of wolves
wolves A rout of wolves
zebra A herd of zebra
zebra A zeal of zebra

Notes:

The phrase "A court of kangaroos" is frequently thought to be legitimate, given the (quite unrelated) expression "a kangaroo court". There is no known evidence of its legitimacy as a collective noun, however.