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Rivers run underground and tumble out of mountainsides in Hawai'i, where the volcanic rock dissolves easily in rainwater. This process creates jaw-dropping waterfalls like this, captured on the North-East coast of the Big Island.
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Rivers run underground and tumble out of mountainsides in Hawai'i, where the volcanic rock dissolves easily in rainwater. This process creates jaw-dropping waterfalls like this, captured on the North-East coast of the Big Island.