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There are No Wendy’s in Europe because a Local Dutch Snackbar Owns the Wendy’s Trademark. The Giant Fast-Food Chain Has been in Legal Battle with the Snackbar for Years.

There are more than six thousand Wendy’s restaurants worldwide. However, it wasn’t easy for them to spread out to different countries because of high operation costs. But did you know there are no Wendy’s in Europe? A Dutch businessman Raymond Warrens opened a snack bar named after his daughter Wendy in 1988. In 1995, he …

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Are Parakeets Considered as an Invasive Species to Europe?

Parakeets are small to medium-sized parrots that generally have long tail feathers. Some included in the genera are the budgerigars, monk parakeets, and plain parakeets. While they are abundant in South Asia, Australia, and the Pacific Islands, they are not as common in Europe. So how did this species spread so rapidly in Europe? In …

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90% of the population of the Americas died after first contact, making it the largest mass death in history with 10% of the global population dying.

European colonization of the Americas killed 10 percent of world population and caused global cooling While Europe was in the early days of the Renaissance, there were empires in the Americas sustaining more than 60 million people. But the first European contact in 1492 brought diseases to the Americas which devastated the native population, and …

90% of the population of the Americas died after first contact, making it the largest mass death in history with 10% of the global population dying. Read More »