A Thunder of Hippos
In spite of the fact that Hippos seem to enjoy lying near one another, they are intensely independent animals and the only strong social bonds within their group tend to be between mother and child.
A Convocation of Eagles
Although it may not seem like it Bald Eagles are extremely social outside of nesting season and are actually thought to be monogamous.
A Murder of Crows
Crows are very social creatures and boast tight knit families. They roost in large numbers to protect themselves from predators and have over 250 identifiable calls they use to communicate.
A Prickle of Porcupines
Rarely will you witness this in nature as porcupines are typically very independent and tend to lead solitary lives.
An Intrusion of Cockroaches
In spite of being so hated, cockroaches are actually extremely social creatures. They are capable of recognizing members of their own family and many times even live together with multiple generations.