In the year , a viral song led millions of people across the world to the surprising realisation that they had no idea what sound a fox makes. Now, a video that has collected a whopping 18 million views on social media offers an answer to those who are still confused. Promoted Listen to the latest songs , only on JioSaavn. The hilarious video shows foxes 'laughing' on being tickled and has delighted social media users. It was first shared by 'Save A Fox' - a non-profit organisation that aims to rescue foxes from fur farms.
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The top trending video of on YouTube ,   "The Fox" was posted on the video-sharing website on 3 September , and has received over million views as of October Originally an "anti-hit" produced as a part of the duo's new season of Norwegian television talk show I kveld med YLVIS Tonight with Ylvis and uploaded on YouTube as a teaser ,  "The Fox", "created to fail",  went viral, becoming Ylvis' "breakout" song and drawing international attention to the group. In , Ylvis stated there were no plans to release an album including the song or any sequel to it. In an interview with Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten , the brothers stated that the idea of a song about a fox was originally conceived in , but then shelved. Vegard was initially skeptical about making a song about a fox, but soon relented. The idea was therefore scrapped and "The Fox" got produced instead. I guess we must have been talking about what sound a fox makes. And then we had a chance to work with Stargate, a Norwegian production company based in New York City We actually did a favor for them and we asked them if they could produce a song for the new season in exchange". As comedians, it wouldn't be a good thing if we went to pursue a hit in the States because they could potentially make something that became big, so we thought it would be more fun from a comedian perspective to come home to the talk show and say, 'Listen we had the chance, we could've made it big, but the only idea we got for the song was this old idea about what the fox says so we're sorry.