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Taupo

Lake. a lake in New Zealand, on central North Island: the largest lake of New Zealand. Area: 616 sq. km (238 sq. miles)
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Miss Aim was killed as she made her way home from a night out with friends in the North Island resort town of Taupo, New Zealand, on January 17.
The 26-year-old backpacker was attacked and left to die after a night out in Taupo, New Zealand.
Murphy (2006) mistakenly reported that, "An eruption in the vicinity of Lake Taupo, New Zealand in 1881, is estimated to have ejected between 30-50 [km.sup.3] of debris in just a few minutes".
Some of the largest such floods originated in Lake Taupo, says Vern Manville, a geologist with the Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences in Taupo, New Zealand. That 616-square-kilometer lake occupies the hole left when a volcano erupted about 1,800 years ago.
Emotional moment: Brian and Margaret place flowers at the spot in Taupo, New Zealand where their daughter Karen's body was found more than a year ago; Sadness: Outside the Taupo home of Karen, right
Mr Aim was speaking as a boy of 14 was charged with murdering Karen, from Orkney, on January 17 in Taupo, New Zealand. The Maori teenager was remanded in custody until his trial next month.
CCTV footage shows Karen Aim, 26, (left) minutes before she was killed on the North Island town of Taupo, New Zealand, in what police termed a 'ghastly' attack Picture, NEW ZEALAND POLICE/PA
CCTV of Karen Aim, 26, minutes before she was killed on the North Island town of Taupo, New Zealand
The killing has stunned the small town of Taupo, which sits on the shores of Lake Taupo, New Zealand's largest lake.
- Chad Collins, Cloverdale, Ind.; Elliot Gealy, Lake Mary, Fla.; Phil Tataurangi, Taupo, New Zealand.
3 Skydive (Taupo, New Zealand): Indescribable rush.