US-based video-streaming giant YouTube on Monday shared its first-ever video shared on its platform. YouTube on Monday took to its social media and shared its first-ever video titled 'Me at Zoo'. Sharing the video, YouTube wrote, "If you think about it, it all started with a Short #YouTubeFactsFes." Notably, YouTube's first-ever video was uploaded by its co-founder Jawed Karim. 

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YouTube's first-ever video length is 19 second and it was uploaded 17 years ago. YouTube's first video shows a man (Jawed Karim) standing in front of elephant's cage at the San Diego Zoo. In the video he says, "All right, so here we are in front of the elephants. Cool thing about these guys is that they have really, really, really long trunks, and that's, that's cool. And that's pretty much all there is to say."

Interestingly, this is the only video uploaded on his verified YouTube channel. It has received 235 million views. The video titled ‘Me at the zoo’ is the first-ever video uploaded on YouTube. Jawed Karim posted it on April 24, 2005.

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