Human beings are not only the creatures that likes warm springs.
In Japan, wild monkeys enjoy the hot water, whose sight is very popular among tourists.
In Hawaii, you can soak in springs with tropical fish and even with marine turtles (with any luck).
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Every year the trail to the hot spring is closed from May 15th through October 1st.
The penalty up to $5,000 and 6 months in jail will be imposed on violators.
Nevertheless, you have to be grateful to be alive.
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Kilauea volcano in Hawaii is one of the safest place to observe lava flows.
It is Kilauea volcano in Hawaii.
Around the mountain, hot springs are gushing.
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Is dipping in a hot spring to get rid of tiredness?
Today I will visit a hot spring where definitely causes fatigue after 12 hours’ hiking.
The paradoxical place may offer instructive insight.
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American Indians are the indigenous people of the USA, which is today commonly called Native Americans.
In the mountains of New Mexico, there remain cliff dwellings of their ancestors.
Around them, hot springs are gushing even today.
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A natural hot spring is a mineral spring with free-flowing water, where is no commercial facilities.
Normally such places are in secluded areas.
Penny Hot Springs in Colorado is, on the other hand, one of exceptions.
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Volcanic activities sometimes have destructive influence on human society.
Out of them, an ultra-Plinian eruption brings on a particularly large explosion that causes global change in environment and mass extinction.
Around such supervolcano, hot springs have been gushing over one million years after the eruption.
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Rio Grande Gorge Bridge is the seventh-highest bridge in the U.S.
An unfinished resort with hot springs is located at the bottom of the deep canyon.
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Where did ancestors of American Indian choose places for dwelling?
There is a historical dwelling in the northern area of New Mexico, surrounded by rich natural environment of the highland.
Near the holy place, there is a hot spring straight out of the ground.
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Sometimes hot springs and caves are related.
Gushing springs sometimes create a cave, and its rustic atmosphere makes hot springs more attractive.
Inside the cave, you may have a mysterious feeling of relief.
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