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    Champagne Pool, Wai-O-Tapu, Rotorua

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    Rotorua Hot Springs, New Zealand Powerful geothermal activity in the area has created an array of hot springs and mud pools in and around Rotorua, New Zealand. The downside of all of that geothermal activity is that it causes heavy hydrogen sulfide emissions, which smell like rotten eggs and have earned the city the nickname “Sulfur City.”

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    Lake Rotorua, New Zealand

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