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- Terms for collections of animals 5 answers
While some of these are unquestionably used (a clowder of cats, a pack of dogs), many just surprise me. For example “a cackle of hyenas”, “a memory of elephants”... For the latter I found a confirming article, namely this one.
Edit: I realise the impracticality of going through each word in the list. That’s why I reworded to “any” almost immediately. I expected that native speakers would quickly recognise at least one construction, for instance “a cackle of hyenas”, as a hoax. Although I have been an avid reader of English prose for decades, I had no idea about the origins of venery and that it was actually meant to be funny!