Controlling long hair when diving or snorkeling is important for two reasons. Long hair floats in front of a diver's field of vision, and gets horribly tangled in the process. And second, loose hair tends to slide around under the mask strap, which causes the mask to move during a dive; this may cause even a properly fitting mask to leak. A single French braid beginning at the crown of the head works well to hold hair in place during a dive. The hair strands are interwoven, and are less likely to come free during a dive than in a ponytail. A French braid also helps to keep the hair from sliding around and disturbing the position of the mask strap. French braids are great for divers with layered hair, or hair that is too short to efficiently pull back in a pony tail.
Hardee's founder, Wilber Hardee, opened his first restaurant in Greenville, North Carolina, on September 3, 1960. After a year of success, Wilber decided to look into expanding his restaurant and opening another location so he met with James Gardner and Leonard Rawls to discuss doing so. Shortly thereafter, the first company store was opened in Rocky Mount, North Carolina, in May 1961 by James Carson Gardner and Leonard Rawls on McDonald Street in on North Church Street in Rocky Mount, known within the chain as building number 1. That location was demolished in 2007 and replaced with a veteran's park named for Jack Laughery, a former Hardee's chairman and military veteran. According to Wilber Hardee, Gardner and Rawls won a controlling share of the company from him in a game of poker. After realizing that he had lost control over his namesake company, Wilber Hardee sold his remaining shares to them as well.
Dolphins and porpoises are often kept in captivity. Bottlenose dolphins are the most common, as they are relatively easy to train, have a long lifespan in captivity and have a friendly appearance. Bottlenose dolphins live in captivity across the world, though exact numbers are hard to determine. Other species kept in captivity are spotted dolphins, false killer whales and common dolphins, Commerson's dolphins, as well as rough-toothed dolphins, but all in much lower numbers. Two unusual and rare hybrid dolphins, known as wolphins, are kept at Sea Life Park in Hawaii, which is a cross between a bottlenose dolphin and a false killer whale. Also, two common/bottlenose hybrids reside in captivity at Discovery Cove and SeaWorld San Diego.
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