Fairies do not exist in real life, though they are somtimes depicted as living under mushrooms.
under your beds x]
Fairies do live in Australia but most of the fairies live in Amercia. ALL fairies live in your mind.
yes fairies can live iside
Nowhere. Fairies do not exist.
probaly fairies that live in the woods
No, fairies don't exist.
Fairies live in trees.
Pixies live in meadows, fairies (more properly) live in and around flowers.
Fairies live for thousands of years unless fatally wounded.
Fairies are quite amizing creatures and live only on the planet pluto.
yes fairies live in houses.they also like to eat or drink honey and milk.
No, fairies as well as unicorns are mythical characters and do not live in deserts or elsewhere except in our imagination.
normal beds but it depends who you live with and what they tell you to do
Traditionaly, Fairies live anywhere.Fairies can live in your house, in your garden, in your pond , anywhere!But some fairies traditionly stay in fairyland because they are mistaken as misquitos and squished and killed sometimes but fairies are best friends elves but hatetrollsFaires houses are trees.faeries live in the woods and forest
they cant live in warm conditions and if the winter fairies come in they would freeze everything and the other fairies can not live in cold conditions
crocodiles rest on sand beds to dry them selves out and bask under the sun, they dont live their whole life in the water like fish.
Well, I do believe there are some drag shows in Vegas ... Fairies ... the magical kind ... are not real and do not live anywhere.
It depends on the bed, but most beds have springs under its mattresses.
Fairies live in books, legends, and imagination ( Disneyland, of course). They are not real so they do not really exist or live in any real place.
You can get flitter fairies quite cheap on amazon. They are £10 or under and they are really cool.
Well fairies are fictional, but we have a huge group of people living in San Fransisco, that are drag Queens, otherwise sometimes called "fairies".