They hide under couches and places where it is to dark to see.
Leprechauns aren't real, but in stories, they hide underground.
Leprechauns love to hide their gold at the end of rainbows.
Leprechauns hide so we don't steal their gold or their luck.
Legend has it Leprechauns hide their pot of gold at the end of rainbows.
Pot of gold.
at the end of the rainbow
Leprechauns were very good at hiding. If a human found their gold and marked where it was, the lepechauns would mark a million more places so that the human would never be able to get the gold.
they hide in toothbrushes, so be careful, they may bite you
under the rainbow!
in a pot at the end of a rainbow
Because a blanket is too expensive
Because there are not used to people.
$0. They are not real!
they swim faster and hide in small places
it's being small and being able to hide in small places.
They like to be in small places to hide. They are also very fearful of you alot, calmly approach them!
If my gerbil got out of its cage and hid, I would look in:dark placesout of the way placessmall places
They wear green to hide better in keeping you from their gold.
Leprechauns are very nice but if you are mean to them and tease them about their size they will get cranky.
Leprechauns are small because they are often described to be that size. The name is derived from an Irish word called luchorpan meaning small bodied. Leprechauns are magical, fairy-like creatures that wear green and large hats.
Get ready for St. Patrick's day, get balloons, hide the gold, and get a cake.
Leprechauns kept their gold in caverns below mountains in Ireland which they mined from places as far away as Scandanavia.There are only 236 Leprechauns left in Ireland now and they live below Foy Mountain in Carlingford Co. Louth Ireland. The gold is still in caverns all around the country which are linked by tunnels to the cavern on Foy mountain.