What Is a Group of Pelicans Called?

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A group of pelicans is known as a squadron. Pelicans are said to be the largest flying birds, because they have air in their bones that makes them lighter and more graceful than they appear. Pelicans can be found throughout Africa, for example, in inland waters of Kenya and southern Tanzania.
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a group of pelicans is called a pod.
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A group of pelicans is a pod. Oddly, all the other animals whose collective noun is pod are mammals, but the pelican is a bird.
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