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Disney in Trouble? Negative Excitement in Disneyland, Paris

None would deny the adrenaline rush at Disneyland Paris, though now, it appears to be caught unawares in the eye of the bird-flu storm//. Ruffled up, Disney land Paris is shrugging away the allegation of tucking away a dead swan. This is especially unwelcome news, as panic over bird flu is all over Europe. ....The scare permeated in Disneyland after two unions, the French Democratic Workers Conf...

Disney’s New Attraction Showcases the Discoveries of the Himalayas Expeditio

At the Disney’s Animal Kingdom the scientists and the theme park people have come together to set up an environmental storyline. In this are featured the latest scientific discoveries// from the Himalayan expedition to China and Nepal. They have showcased an array of exotic plant and animal species previously unknown to science. This was brought about by the two-month expedition known Expedition...

Disney becomes ‘Food conscious

Nutritionally balanced food will be served at the domestic theme parks of the Walt Disney Co. The company has announced that it would sign movie// and other endorsement deals only with restaurants that t\restrict the sugar and fat content in their menu items. ....Disney will put the new guidelines into practice in a few years. According to it, by the end of 2007, the trans-fats will be completel...
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