Whats a group of snakes called? Asked by Grady Hodge A group of snakes is generally a pit, nest, or den, but they’re generally thought of as solitary creatures, so collective nouns for specific types of snakes are more fanciful.Arthur Nash, BA Contributor 4.4/532 ratings Rate this answer Leave your comment You may be interested inWhat is a group of Jaguars called? A group of jaguars is a prowl or a leap. That just makes sense, so I didn't look too much further.What is a bunch of pandas called? A group of pandas is known as an embarrassment.Is a group of snakes called a hissing of snakes? A group of snakes is generally called a bed, den, pit or nest, but a group of rattlesnakes is referred to as a rhumba or rumba.