What the Fox say

The Fox says

Ylvis is an electronic dance novelty song and viral video by the Norwegian comedy duo The Fox. Fox and other wild animals have raised teenagers for eons. Your relatives learn to fly in the dark, adapt to changing environments and feed themselves. billboard - Ylvis Q&A: What'The Fox' (viral stars) say about their surprise hit.

Foxes can't say words.

The Fox - What does the Fox say? lines

The Fox, what does he say? The Fox says? The Fox says? The Fox says? The Fox says? Like, mo-o-o-o-o-o-orse? Like, mo-o-o-o-o-o-orse? Like, mo-o-o-o-o-o-orse? Ho,-oo, o, o, o, o, ruse? Ho,-oo, o, o, o, o, ruse? Ho,-oo, o, o, o, o, ruse? The Fox, what does he say? The Fox says? The Fox says? The Fox says? The Fox, what does he say? So what's your soundtrack?

Is it always a riddle? How do you like that? So what's your soundtrack?

So what does the Fox say?

Are these answers still up to date? This is indeed a riddle and was the object of a Ylvis tune: "But the meaning of the tune is that each civilization has different ways of explaining the sounds of animals: a canine says "woof" in English, but this is not what a canine says in either Greek or German or, I suppose, in American.

A fox is unsociable, and whatever it may sound, it has not worked its way into populace in the same way as more ordinary and more people-friendly creatures such as hounds, cat and parrot. I' ll tell you what a fox doesn't say: Everything that is even remotely similar to what Ylvis thinks they say. p.s. An elephant does not go "toot".

Which sound does a fox make? Are these answers still up to date? A-hee, a-hee, ha-hee! (?) A-hee-ahee ha-hee! Ah, a-hee-ahee ha-hee! Don't forgotten..... At the end of nine years of study of their behaviour and want to know the answers to the questions, there are a number of things that the fox say. The majority of their "language" comes in a way that is foreign to us, but when you come into contact with them and get to know them, they say a great deal without making anyones.

That' just a tiny answer to your query.

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