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List of animal names Many animals, particularly domesticated, have been given specific names for males, females, young, and groups. The best known source of many of the bizarre words used for collective groupings of animals is The Book of Saint Albans, an essay on hunting published in 1486 and attributed to Dame Juliana Berners. Most terms used here may be found in common dictionaries and general information web sites. Generic terms Terms by species or taxon See also
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