There are already 2 CSS rules to style the <h1>s - one with a pseudo selector, and one without. Add another selector to each of the rules, so that they also style <h2>s

Challenge: Grouped animals p { font-family: sans-serif; }
        img {
            max-width: 150px;
        h1 {
            font-family: fantasy;
            border-bottom: 1px solid rgb(230, 230, 230);
            padding: 3px;
        h1:hover, a:active, a:link {
            background-color: rgb(248, 255, 199);
        h2 {
            border-bottom: 1px solid rgb(54, 4, 54);
            padding: 3px;
        h2:hover, a:active, a:link {
            background-color: rgb(22, 51, 48);
    <h1>Animal group names</h1>
    <p>For many species of animals, there are names that we use to refer to a group of them - like a flock of birds. Here are a few you might not know.</p>
    <h2>A skulk of foxes</h2>

    <p>Also called a "leash."</p>
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    <h2>A clowder of cats</h2>
    <p>Also called a "pounce", "glaring", "kindle", or "clutter."</p>
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    <a href="">Learn more on Wikipedia</a>

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