Dogs woof, cats meow, birds tweet and mice squeak, but what about the fox? What does he say?
That is question being asked in a hilarious viral music video called "The Fox," created by Norwegian talk show host duo, Ylvis, to promote their upcoming season on TVNorge.
The video can best be described as Norway's "Gangnam Style," as it already has more than 11 million YouTube viewers dancing and reaching for their animal suits since it was originally released on Sept. 3.
Believe it or not, this wacky song featuring the sounds of all sorts of animals might just be the jam of the season.
So what exactly does the fox say? Apparently, "Ring-ding-ding-ding-ding-dingeringeding," "wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow," and "Chacha-Chacha Chow," although if the fox meets a horse, the video asks the question of it will communicate by morse.
The Norwegian brothers, Bård Ylvisåker and Vegard Ylvisåker, certainly pose plenty of questions in the video, and with so much to look at, such as dancing foxes having a rave-like dance party with neon lights in the forest, you can't help but be mesmerized while trying to figure out the answers.