Facebook has revealed the most popular UK news stories in 2011.
The BBC tops the list with an article on the population of the world reaching seven billion, in which readers could find out what number they were by entering their birthday, and has eleven stories in the top 20.
Other popular stories include Charlie Sheen’s meltdown and the tale of a drunk Swedish elk stuck in an apple tree.
The Guardian has four stories in the top 20 and the Daily Mail three.
- BBC: The World at Seven Billion
- The Sun: Tatt-poo for cheating
- The Guardian: The shocking truth about the crackdown on Occupy
- BBC: Amy Winehouse: Tributes paid to dead singer
- BBC: Austrian driver allowed 'pastafarian' headgear photo
- The Guardian: Charlie Sheen v Muammar Gaddafi: whose line is it anyway?
- The Guardian: The meaning of 9/11's most controversial photo
- Daily Mail: Amy Winehouse, 27, found dead at her London flat after suspected 'drug overdose'
- BBC: Drunk Swedish elk found in apple tree near Gothenburg
- BBC: 'Brinicle' ice finger of death filmed in Antarctic
- Daily Mail: Robber who broke into hair salon is beaten by its black-belt owner and kept as a sex slave for three days... fed only Viagra
- The Sun: Frankie Cocozza kicked off X Factor
- BBC: Japan earthquake: Footage of moment tsunami hit
- BBC: Osama Bin Laden, al-Qaeda leader, dead - Barack Obama
- The Guardian: Osama bin Laden corpse photo is fake
- BBC: Japan earthquake: Tsunami hits north-east
- BBC: Speed-of-light results under scrutiny at Cern
- BBC: Arrest over video of 'racist rant' on Croydon to Wimbledon tram
- Daily Mail: Loyal to the end: Heart-breaking photo shows Navy SEAL's devoted dog guarding his coffin
- BBC: LIVE: Osama Bin Laden dead