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Tower

I’m weaning myself off my recent obsession with collective nouns, but gently, as you see. Why this tower was disguised as a giraffe, I do not know, but it caught […]
Tower

Confusion

Yes, I’m back with another collective noun. This is an unusual one, but I really didn’t invent it! It is thought that this term is related to the exuberant and […]
Confusion

Dazzle

We’ve created some wonderful collective nouns in English. There are some very ordinary ones, such as group, herd and flock; and some fascinating ones like a sloth (of bears), a […]
Dazzle

Curvy antlers

This impala happily turned to the camera to flaunt his impressive ridged horns. Only the males sport these lyre-shaped horns, that are used to prove the dominance. The shape allows […]
Curvy antlers

Giraffes

  All giraffes have horns, regardless of species, gender or age. Their real name is ossicone, a bony horn covered with hair. The females have slender ossicones, with tufty hair, […]
Giraffes