You weren’t the only one who watched YouTube videos for hours on end this year.
YouTube released its list of top videos of 2013 Wednesday, and it turns out a lot of us really wanted to know what the fox says. But that’s not the only video that went viral this year.
The video giant says 1 billion users watched 6 billion hours of content on its site every month — with 80 percent of all views on coming from outside the United States.
Here’s the top trending videos for 2013:
- The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?) – 276,458,178 views
- Harlem Shake (Original Army edition) – 95,305,248 views
- How Animals Eat Their Food – 88,865,920 views
- Miley Cyrus – Wrecking Ball (Chatroulett Version) – 78,423,392 views
- Evian’s Baby&Me – 67,200,832 views
- Volvo Trucks – The Epic Split featuring Van Damme – 59,232,016 views
- YOLO (featuring Adam Levine & Kendrick Lamar – 53,480,458 views
- Telekinetic Coffe Shop Surprise – 50,513,717
- The NFL: Bad Lip Reading – 44,196,361
- Mozart vs. Skrillex Epic Rap Battles of History Season 2 – 42,095,037 views
YouTube also released a list of the top music videos this year, with PSY’s “Gentleman M/V” leading the list.
PSY’s “Gentleman M/V” – 599,112,374 views
Check out the rest of the top videos here.