Watch: Baby Shark in Navajo

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) — Seven-year-old Drew Wilson, of Rock Point, Arizona, was clearly nervous as she stood in front of several video cameras and photographers Sunday.

Wilson was the only child among several men, women and elders to audition for a singing role in the Navajo language version of the globally popular “Baby Shark” song produced on You-Tube by PinkFong, which is part of SmartStudy, a South Korean company.

The Baby Shark musical has been translated into 19 languages, including English, Arabic, German and Chinese.

The auditions for the Baby Shark roles of the baby, mother, father, grandmother and grandfather were held at the Navajo Nation Museum and Library, which was also the site for past auditions for the Navajo language versions of the movies “Star Wars,” “Finding Nemo” and “Fistful of Dollars” because of the outreach work of Museum Director Manuelito Wheeler and his staff.

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