Installment #12 from my blog thread describing what to call groups of animals … See how many you can guess. Answers listed at the bottom of the page.
- The streak streaked past!
- A scourge is the right name for this scourge…
- The maelstrom didn’t survive the maelstrom.
- A cloud clouded the twilight.
- The cling clings to boles.
- The set set up house in the grasslands.
- Streak of tigers 
- Scourge of mosquitoes
- Maelstrom of salamanders 
- Cloud of bats
- Cling of koalas 
- Set of badgers
NOTES:  “Of the original nine subspecies of tigers, three have become extinct in the last 80 years; an average of one every 20 years. It has been predicted all tigers may become extinct in the wild within the next decade. ….Today, four of the remaining subspecies of tigers are considered endangered by the IUCN, while two of the subspecies are considered “critically” endangered. The total number of all the wild populations of the six remaining subspecies of tigers (Bengal, Indochinese, Malayan, Siberian, South China, and Sumatran) is estimated to be between 3,000 – 3,600 tigers.” www.tigersincrisis.com  Click here for a chart on salamandars: Amphibians-salamandars  “The Arctic Fox, Leatherback Turtle and Koala are among the species destined to be hardest hit by climate change” International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) © Jadi Campbell 2017. All photos © Uwe Hartmann. To see more of Uwe’s animal photos and pics from our trips go to viewpics.de. Fun animal names from www.writers-free-reference.com, Mother Nature Network and www.reference.com.
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2 thoughts on “The Animal Kingdom: 12”
Kanha is one of my favourite tiger reserves in India.
We spent 3 days exploring just 2 parks! What other reserves have you visited? Go to my post
http://jadicampbell.com/2014/03/16/remind-me-again-what-are-we-doing-here/ for more on our trip and how I nearly froze in an open jeep…