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'What Does the Fox Say?' to Become Children's Book

What does the book say?

The uber-popular viral video What Does the Fox Say? from Norwegian comedy group Ylvis will now be getting the children's book treatment. Simon & Schuster's Children's Publishing division acquired rights to the video, and the book of the same name will be released on Dec. 10, according to the Associated Press.

The video, from brothers Vegard and Bard Ylvisaker (aka Ylvis), has more than 213 million views on YouTube. The catchy song points out that "dog says woof" and "fish go blub," but asks, "what does the fox say?"

If you guessed "Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow," you wouldn't be alone.

Photo via YouTube

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