I ētahi wāhi o te ao, ka kuhu atu te wai o te ua ki roto i a Papatūānuku, ā, ka wera i ngā toka kakā i te kirinuku. Ka peia whakarunga te wai wera nei, ā, ka puta hei pohutu.
In some places around the world, rainwater makes its way down into the Earth’s crust where it is heated by the hot rocks. The heated water is forced to the surface of the Earth where it can be seen as geothermal activity.
Ko hea ētahi wāhi i Aotearoa e kitea ai he pohutu?
Rangahautia ngā momo pohutu e kitea mai ana i te rohe o Te Arawa.