Satyrs according to Hesiod

In Greek and Roman mythology satyrs were creatures that lived in the woods, immersed in nature and surrounded by nymphs.
The Greeks imagined them as having a human form, but with ears, a tail and sometimes horse hooves and called them the “demons of the forest”.
They were considered demigods and Hesiod, the Greek poet, called them good for nothing, aggressive and cowardly, interested only in playing tricks on mortals.