Generally people go to the beach to choose the time is often summer, the weather is too hot, the beach to relieve the heat, incidentally in a meal of seafood, simply can not be better. But in this beach in New Zealand, just the opposite, winter is the peak season here, because the seawater here is surprisingly hot water, up to 60 degrees!
As the global temperature rises, the ice begins to melt and the coast recedes backward at a rate of 0.5 meters per year. This phenomenon has been going on for more than 90 years, and if another 50 years pass, the island nation will be sunk forever in the sea and people will never find the country again.
Geyser on weekdays the spring dries up, dripping water is not seen, but once the geyser erupts, it erupts with a rumbling sound, and the sound is particularly loud, and the water erupting is usually hot springs.