Because there are not used to people.
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
If leprechauns were real, they could wherever they wanted, because they have magical powers.
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
They wear green to hide better in keeping you from their gold.
Get ready for St. Patrick's day, get balloons, hide the gold, and get a cake.
Because if it was in the middle people would be able to see it
they hide them , because no one can find the end of the rainbow.
Of course! Why wouldn't they? It is an ingenious place to hide treasure because of the excellent optical illusion that rainbows are themselves an optical illusion when in fact they do have a definitive beginning and end. Leprechauns have adapted to this technique due to excessive pot o' gold robberies.
because Nazis search houses
I'm not to sure, i would think they live near rainbows :) to plant their pots of gold! Actually rainbows aren't where they live they can live in trees, tree houses , the forest and houses. In my neighborhood we have many leprechauns. I actually have one in my bedroom
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.
Steel Gold, mess desks & houses up. Hint they like to leave green feathers
some houses where made out of adobe and they lived in houses made out of buffalo hide ,hide mines animal skin.
YES they do, but only on St. Patrick's Day, and they leave shamrocks for good boys and girls.
Bees can hide in several places. They hide in walls, on top of roofs, under houses and porches, sheds, and even in holes in the ground.