We’ve reached Installment #33 of my blog thread describing what to call groups of animals … See how many you can guess. Answers listed at the bottom of the page.
- How did the farrow fare?
- The ballet performed a water ballet.
- Oh, no! The piddle piddled again!
- The rumpus caused quite a rumpus.
- The circus is no circus.
- The brace braced itself against the leash’s leash.
- Farrow of piglets
- Ballet of swans
- Piddle of puppies
- Rumpus of baboons 
- Circus of puffins
- Brace (2), or leash (3) of dogs 
NOTES:  Hooray! Baboons are listed as “Least threatened”. I am overjoyed when I can list a species as not about to go extinct. African Wildlife Foundation  A brace refers to 2 dogs. A leash of dogs is 3 in number. © 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 en.wiktionary.org, www.writers-free-reference.com, Mother Nature Network and www.reference.com.
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