quiz pic

Animal Collectives Quiz

Challenging quiz on obscure, old and unusual collective nouns 12 Questions.

 
Created by:
msminimilk
Played: 62 times
Comments: 1 comment
Favs: 0 users
like this quiz
Rating:
4 stars
4.0 out of 5, based on 12 votes
Login or Register to view the answers and save your score!

1
Question 1 Photo

Which of these does NOT describe a group of hippopotami?

  • Mob
  • Bloat
  • Herd
  • Thunder

2
Question 2 Photo

These sea creatures come together as a 'consortium'.. who are they?

  • Squid
  • Lobster
  • Seahorse
  • Octopus

3
Question 3 Photo

'Labour', 'company' and 'movement' all describe a group of which animal?

  • Rabbit
  • Mole
  • Fox
  • Hare

4

Can you match these birds with the collective nouns that describe them?

Drag items from right column to match with left column

Left

  • Lapwing
  • Wren
  • Woodpecker
  • Comorant

Right

  • Herd or cabinet
  • Gulp or flight
  • Deceit or desert
  • Descent

5
Question 5 Photo

Which of these options describes a group of goldfish?

  • Glut
  • Troubling
  • Both of these
  • Neither of these

6
Question 6 Photo

Which of the following does NOT describe a group of doves?

  • Dole
  • Arc
  • Piteousness
  • Cast

7
Question 7 Photo

A 'prickle' describes a group of which of these creatures?

  • Porcupine
  • Sea urchin
  • Catfish
  • Hedgehog

8
Question 8 Photo

Which of these terms describes a group of raccoons?

  • Nursery
  • Gaze
  • Both of these
  • Neither of these

9
Question 9 Photo

Apart from trouble, what would you call a group of alligators?

  • Pack
  • Congregation
  • Herd
  • Troop

10

Can you match these creatures with their collective noun?

Drag items from right column to match with left column

Left

  • Squirrel
  • Skunk
  • Squid
  • Spider

Right

  • Cluster or clutter
  • Audience
  • Surfeit
  • Scurry

11
Question 11 Photo

Which of these terms describes a group of worms?

  • Bed
  • Clew
  • Clat
  • All of the above

12
Question 12 Photo

A 'passel' describes a group of which creature?

  • Mouse
  • Beaver
  • Prairie dog
  • Opossum

 

Header

Message

Close