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==History==
 
==History==
  
The origin of the Huorns is unknown. It is not clear if Huorns were Ents that had become tree-like, or trees that had become Entish. Perhaps both varieties existed, though the [[Hobbits|Hobbit]] [[Meriadoc Brandybuck]] believed the former was true.<ref name=Flotsam/> Either way it is obvious they were part way between trees and Ents.<ref>[[David Day]] (1996), ''[[A Tolkien Bestiary]]'', p. 142</ref>
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The origin of the Huorns is unknown. It is not clear if Huorns were Ents that had become tree-like, or trees that had become Entish. Perhaps both varieties existed, though the [[Hobbit]] [[Meriadoc Brandybuck]] believed the former was true.<ref name=Flotsam/> Either way it is obvious they were part way between trees and Ents.<ref>[[David Day]] (1996), ''[[A Tolkien Bestiary]]'', p. 142</ref>
  
 
In the [[Third Age]], the Huorns lived in [[Fangorn Forest]],<ref name=Flotsam/> though it is possible that the trees of the [[Old Forest]], especially [[Old Man Willow]], were Huorns as well.
 
In the [[Third Age]], the Huorns lived in [[Fangorn Forest]],<ref name=Flotsam/> though it is possible that the trees of the [[Old Forest]], especially [[Old Man Willow]], were Huorns as well.

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