Kindly explain this term/phrase used with reference to group of Storks.Storks are large, long-legged, long-necked wading birds with long, stout bills. Storks are more or less common in Indian wetlands. However, the phrase(s) which is/are used to indicate a group of storks is not at all common. A group of storks is called "muster of storks'' or ''phalanx of storks''. I have heard different phrases to indicate different types of animals, e.g., ''pride of lions'' or ''pack of wolves'', but I never heard these phrases which are used to indicate group of storks.
Can any Member explain why these particular phrases (muster of storks/ phalanx of storks) are used to indicate group of storks?