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A group of Lions are known as a Pride of Lions

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first off a group of lions is called a pride

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the naswer is that instead of a flock or a heard a load of penguins is called a rookery of penguins :P hope this helps aaronator p.s i didnt take this answer from the question 2 below, honest lol :P bye And for the record, lions aren't a herd.

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