New Zealand is the theatre of Earth’s most violent volcanic eruptions. Lake Taupo witnessed a cataclysmic eruption which rejected enough ash to cover an entire country the size of France.
White Island, located 40 kilometres off the coast, is a unique place, home to a capricious lake of craters that flows into the sea or evaporates depending on magmatic activity. For the Maori people, these volcanic lakes are sacred as they are home to gods like Ruapehu. When scientists come to study this lake, they abide by their rules and follow the prayers of a Maori guide...
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