Yes, they are hobbits that live in the Shire.
The vast majority of hobbits live in the Shire in Middle Earth. A few live outside the boundaries proper, such as Bree.
Hobbits reside in an area of Middle Earth called The Shire.
Hobbits are known to live up to 130 years, but their average life expectancy is 100 years.
Some of the hobbits in The Lord of the Rings (Frodo, Sam, and Bilbo) live in Hobbiton, which is a town in the Shire. Merry and Pippin live in other places in the Shire. There are dozens of other villages in the Shire in the maps provided by Tolkien where hobbits dwell, as well as the hobbits that live in Bree and surrounding places.
Hobbits did not live in trees. The opposite in fact; they lived in holes in the ground. Some Hobbits lived in houses. Hobbits do not like heights and do not even sleep upstairs.
Hobbits live underground, and love comfort, food, company, tea, and love clothes. Hobbits are known to not take risks. Afterward, hobbits change that (Bilbo and Frodo)
as i type this and look in the mirror,yes they live alright
In the Shire.
They live in hobbit holesHobbits live in hobbit-holes in the Shire. Based off the description of Bilbo's home, hobbit-holes are very comfortable and have well-stocked pantries.Hobbits live in hobbit-holes in the Shire. Based off the description of Bilbo's home, hobbit-holes are very comfortable and have well-stocked pantries.
The four hobbits in the fellowship are Frodo, Pippin, Merry, and Sam. Bilbo Baggins was another, and, in the book, Fredegar "Fatty" Bolger along with many other hobbits at the Long-Expected Party and the Scouring of the Shire. Hobbits are a race like people or elves who live in a place called the Shire. There are three different types of hobbits: Harfoots, Stoors, and Fallowhides.
A family of Hobbits that live in the Shire.
Hobbits are smaller, tend to be curly-haired, dress 'chiefly in green and yellow', have hairy feet with thick soles, and live in hobbit-holes. Dwarves are slightly bigger, usually bearded, and live in mountains. Dwarves are miners and stone-workers and they like gold. Hobbits like eating and smoking pipeleaf. Dwarves are also much more war-like than hobbits - dwarves craft weapons and armour while hobbits don't involve themselves in war. Hobbits are also much stealthier that dwarves and can move about quite quietly and avoid detection.
Hobbits are prideful in the sense that they are secure in their living arrangements. They are simple, gentile, and kind creatures. They are never involved in any type of adventures, and are expected to live a certain way. Hobbits take pride in being clean and well respected creatures.
No, Hobbits are fictitious characters
No, Hobbits are fictional creatures.No
Hobbits are similar to Dwarves, except without the beards and axes. The hobbits live in the hilly Shire. Dwarves live in mines. Tolkien described the hobbits as "children" as they are only three feet tall. They also have hairy feet. Tolkien wanted to give the idea of hobbits being a lot like children. They love to eat, have fun, have parties and gossip. Tolkien also wanted to add some sort of innocent, good natured race as well as the dwarves and elves, who prefer to keep themselves to themselves. Hobbits fitted this criteria perfectly. Despite their lack in stature, they had very big feet.
The Hobbits feel that Gandalf is a mischief maker. Overall, most of the Hobbits are not very fond of him.
Hobbits are by no means inferiors regarding pride! Prouds like peakcoks are the dwarfs, not the hobbits.
Many hobbits live in a 'smail.' It is a hole in the ground with windows and lots of rooms.
Hobbits can speak because they were able to talk to humans
Hobbits are a product of fiction. They never really existed.
Hobbits are also known as halflings.