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A scurry of squirrels

A scurry of squirrels
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How to remember: First, just the one squirrel scurried onto our blanket. But then an entire scurry of squirrels scurried up to us. We never got to finish our picnic because we ran away.

A husk of hares

A husk of hares
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How to remember: The husk of hares ate corn husks at dusk, wondering whether a colony of rabbits would join them.

A troubling of goldfish

A troubling of goldfish
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How to remember: Upon learning his species had an average attention span of eight seconds, the troubled goldfish returned to his troubling of goldfish, only to forget what he was troubled about.

A journey of giraffes

A journey of giraffes
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How to remember: If giraffes are journeying across the land together, they are called a journey of giraffe. Once they reach their destination and stand still, observing the surroundings they tower over, they become a tower of giraffe.

A cackle of hyenas

A cackle of hyenas
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How to remember: A cackle of hyenas will always cackle until a lion approaches – especially if that lion is named Scar or Mufasa.

A walk of snails

A walk of snails
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How to remember: No matter how slow you walk, you will always walk faster than a walk of snails.

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A rhumba of rattlesnakes

A rhumba of rattlesnakes
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How to remember: Once Rue turned on the rumba radio station, the whole rhumba of rattlesnakes started dancing the rhumba with their Roomba Robot.

A stubbornness (or crash) of rhinoceroses

A stubbornness (or crash) of rhinoceroses
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How to remember: The stubborn stubbornness of rhinos wouldn’t move out of the way, so it crashed into another crash of equally stubborn rhinos.

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