What is a group of baby chickens called?

Answer A group of baby chickens, or chicks, is called a brood, a chattering or a clutch. A group of mature chickens would be called a flock. A group of either (or both) chickens and chicks can be called a... Read More »

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What are baby chickens called?

Baby chickens are called "fowls," though they are often are called "chicks" or "peeps." Baby chickens are not hard to raise, though it takes time and effort to make sure the chicks are well cared f... Read More »

What is a group of storks called?

The term for a group of storks is a "mustering." The term should not be confused with a "muster," which is used for groups of other types of birds, such as crows or peacocks.References:BirdNature.c... Read More »

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What is a group of Marines called?

Each group of 4,800 marines is a regiment, and a regiment has several different parts. Four marines make up one fire team. There are three fire teams in each squad. Four squads make up a platoon. F... Read More »