What Is a Group of Porpoises Called?

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A group of porpoises is called a pod. Porpoises are small cetaceans of the family Phocoenidae. The porpoises belong to the 'toothed whales' suborder Odontoceti, together with whales and dolphins.
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The collective nouns are a herd, a school or a pod of porpoises.
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It is unknown just why the term "pod" began being used for a group of whales or dolphins. The word "pod" has been in English since 1680 or 1690 and referred to
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A group of squirrels is called a dray or a scurry. The dray or drey specifically refers to the nest or a nest of squirrels and is often employed to describe a mother and her young
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A group of Finless Porpoises is called a school.
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A group of porpoises is called a pod. Porpoises are small whale whale, aquatic mammal of the order Cetacea, found in all oceans of the world. Members of this order vary greatly in size and include the largest animals that have ever lived. Cetaceans never leave the water, even to give birth.
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