The collective noun for a group of whales is a pod. Since many kinds of whales are social, they can often be found in pods made up of their relatives or even unrelated whales. More »

A group of killer whales is called a pod. These pods consist of family members traced through the maternal line. Three different types of pods have been identified: resident pods, transient pods and offshore pods. More »

A group of whales is usually called a pod, but other terms for a group of whales include a gam, a herd or a school. A pod usually includes whales that are either related to each other or whales that have formed friendshi... More »

A group of whales is known as a pod. While not all species of whales are always seen in groups, whales form pods that range from a few animals to groups of 40 or more. More »

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According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a group or school of whales is called a gam, pod or herd. The term "pod" is also used for cetaceans such as dolphins and killer whales. More »

A group of whales is usually called a pod, but other terms for a group of whales include a gam, a herd or a school. A pod usually includes whales that are either related to each other or whales that have formed friendshi... More »

A baby whale is a calf, his mother is a cow and his father is a bull, and together, the family is a pod. Baby whales grow in the mother's uterus from 10 to 18 months, depending on the species. A calf receives nutrients i... More »