What a lovely informative, insightful clip. In case you cannot open it. Here are the collective pronouns for animals that are shared.
A group of rabbits- A fluffle (too cute)
A group of Ferrets- A business
A group of vultures- A wake (possibly because if you are not awake when they are circling then you will be a stuffed, or ‘a- dead’. Which incidentally could be the collective noun for a group of people that are asleep beneath several vultures circling?
A group of porcupines- A prickle. No shit Sherlock for this one. Couldn’t have named them better myself. By the way, who thought of these in the first place…Hhhhmmmmm.
A group of sloths- A snuggle. Seriously?? Even cuter than ‘Fluffle’. Or perhaps they could have been called a ‘snooze’ of sloths?
A group of Armadillos – A roll. Do people that smoke weed use this? ‘Can you armadillo me up a big boy please?’
A group of platypus- A paddle. Perfect. Just perfect.
A group of kittens- A kindle.
My least favorite. A group of crows- A murder
A group of Ravens- An unkindness
A gathering of larks- (Love this) An exaltation
A group of rattlesnakes- A rhumba
A group of parrots- A pandemonium
And finally – The process of an Alpaca giving birth- (wait for it….) An unpacking.
Tomorrow’s blog shall feature my very own home-grown collective nouns for your perusal.
That’s all for now