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Collective animal noun art

Take a whiteness of swans, mix it with an embarrassment of pandas and add an implausibility of gnus - what do you get?

An alphabetical guide to the weird and wonderful terminology of animal groups, of course. Which is exactly what Woop Studios, an online gallery devoted to "the fascinating world of collective nouns," has created in a series of witty and original limited edition prints.

Click on the images below to launch the A-Z of collective animal nouns in print - or visit Woop to purchase the real deal.

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