This quirky and educational print shows correct collective animal nouns. In a range of bright colours it would fit perfectly in a child's bedroom.
Just to name a few, there's the murder of crows, a bloat of hippopotamuses, an ostentation of peacocks, and our favourite, an escargatoire of snails.
Wonderful Father's Day gift for the Dad that likes to know useless but interesting things.
This print is available in a range of bright colours for a piece that really pops out on your wall. It's really fun to learn all these fun collective animal nouns with children, and the bright colours are great for kid's bedrooms.
COLOURS: You can choose from the range of colours shown in the chart but please let us know if there is a colour not here that you would like. You can also choose to have the colour as the background with white text, or you can have colour text with a white background.
MADE FROM: This archival print has a slightly textured matt finish which produces beautiful depth of colour and detail. The inks will not fade so your print will last a lifetime. This is an unframed print.
A4: 29.7 x 21 cm
A3: 42 x 29.7 cm
PLEASE NOTE: This is an unframed print and we no longer offer a framing service as they too often don't survive the journey. These prints standard A-sizes so any shop that sells frames should stock one to fit. The frames shown in the photos are from the RIBBA range at IKEA. Colours on screen may differ slightly from the actual print due to differences in monitor calibration.