Collective Nouns Quiz: English terms of venery, by animal

Venery is an archaic word for hunting. Collective nouns used to describe groups of animals come from a tradition that arose in the Late Middle Ages according to Wiki. You may have heard of a pride of Lions and a flock of sheep but do you know what a group of crows are called?


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