The plural of ostrich is ostriches.
A large flightless bird native to Africa. It is the largest living species of bird and possesses unique physical characteristics such as long legs and a long neck.
The plural form of ostrich is "ostriches." When a noun ends in -ch, we typically add -es to the end of the word to form the plural.
Ostrich is a countable noun. Countable nouns refer to objects or entities that can be counted individually. Each ostrich is considered a separate entity, and we can quantify the number of ostriches.
For instance, you can say, "I saw five ostriches in the wild." Here, the noun "ostriches" is countable because it denotes a specific number of birds.
The collective noun for a group of ostriches is "a flock of ostriches." A flock is a term commonly used to describe a group of grazing animals.
It emphasizes the social behavior and grouping tendencies of certain animals. In the case of ostriches, they are known to gather in flocks, especially during mating or foraging activities.