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What are, famously...

Ebon, sienna
High, low
Within, without, ubiquitous
Distant, close
Absent, present
Swift and slippery, not to be trusted

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The mysterious things in question are

Heffalumps and Woozles, from Disney's version of Winnie-the-Pooh.

More precisely,

They're black, they're brown, they're up, they're down
They're in, they're out, they're all about
They're far, they're near, they're gone, they're here
They're quick and slick, they're insincere
Beware, beware
Be a very wary bear

Incidentally, "famously" is overstating it, at least so far as my state of knowledge goes. I had never encountered

the song in question (being unfamiliar with Disney-Pooh) but noticed the brown/down and near/here rhymes and went a-googling (first guesses: nursery rhyme, Dr Seuss, of course no luck with either; but putting in "black brown up down far near there here lyrics" did the trick.)

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    $\begingroup$ Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day won an Oscar, bro, that's famous enough for me (my watching a VHS of it over and over as a kid has nothing to do with it). But good job on finding it without knowing what the heck I was talking about! $\endgroup$ – Exal Oct 14 at 2:40
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    $\begingroup$ @Exal That's the power of Google for ya $\endgroup$ – PiIsNot3 Oct 14 at 3:51
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Sorry I didn't watch that movie and I know it has been answered but a rough answer could be

Rock mountains

Because

Ebon sienna

Their colour

High low

Their height

Within without ubiquitous

Rocks are almost every where on the earth inside and outside

Distant close

Many meanings . It might be distance.

Absent present.

In some area they are present and other not

Swift slippery

Swift can be there slope and slippery sure they are

Not to be trusted

Accidents happen on mountains

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