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NORTH ISLAND, NEW ZEALAND-NOVEMBER 28:
Tourists enjoying pools of thermally heated water at Hot Water Beach, Whitianga,
Coromandel Peninsula, North Island, New Zealand.Within two hours either side of low tide, it is possible to dig into the sand allowing hot water to escape to the surface forming a hot water pool. The water, with a temperature as hot as 64°C (147°F), filters up from two underground fissures located close to each other. November 28, 2010. (Photo by Lisa Wiltse/Getty Images)

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NORTH ISLAND, NEW ZEALAND-NOVEMBER 28:<br />
Tourists enjoying pools of thermally heated water at Hot Water Beach, Whitianga,<br />
Coromandel Peninsula, North Island, New Zealand.Within two hours either side of low tide, it is possible to dig into the sand allowing hot water to escape to the surface forming a hot water pool. The water, with a temperature as hot as 64°C (147°F), filters up from two underground fissures located close to each other.  November 28, 2010. (Photo by Lisa Wiltse/Getty Images)