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A man sends a message to his ungrateful teen in the third most-watched video on YouTube for Salt Lake City on Friday, Feb. 10. Courtesy image
Most-viewed YouTube videos in Salt Lake City

First Published Feb 10 2012 04:22 pm • Last Updated Feb 10 2012 04:28 pm

The most-viewed YouTube videos in Salt Lake City on Friday, Feb. 10.

For a longer list of the most-viewed and most-shared videos and to see viewing trends for other U.S. cities and countries, go to YouTube’s Trends Dashboard site at www.youtube.com/trendsdashboard. You can also view the top lists according to age range and gender.

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No. 1: Results of the Rally (Russian video)

No. 2: Real Army of Navalny (Russian video)

No. 3: Facebook Parenting: For the troubled teen.


No. 5: Woolly Mammoth found alive in Siberia?

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