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A litter of puppies/kittens. These collective nouns are commonly used under the A swarm of bees/ants/rats/flies. category of people. A team of horses/ducks/oxen. A murder of crows. A class of students. A kennel of dogs. An army of soldiers. A pack of hounds. A choir of singers. A crew of sailors. A band of musicians. The following collective nouns are used for things. A bunch of crooks. A crowd of people/spectators. A group of islands. A gang of thieves. A galaxy of stars. A group of dancers. A wad of notes. A team of players. A forest of trees. A troupe of artists/dancers. A stack of wood. A pack of thieves. A fleet of ships. A staff of employees. A string of pearls. A regiment of soldiers. An album of stamps/autographs/photographs. A tribe of natives. A hedge of bushes. An audience of listeners. A library of books. A panel of experts. A basket of fruit. A gang of labourers. A bowl of rice. A flock of tourists. A pack of cards. A board of directors. A pair of shoes. A bouquet of flowers. The following collective nouns are used for animals. A bunch of keys. A chest of drawers. A catch of fish. A pack of lies. An army of ants. A range of mountains. A flight of birds. A cloud of dust. A flock of birds. A haul of fish. A flock of sheep. A herd of deer/cattle/elephants/goats/buffaloes. A hive of bees. A litter of cubs. A host of sparrows. A team of horses. A troop of lions. A zoo of wild animals. A pack of wolves.