What a poor reporting of a natural wonder. Oh, and "Have you seen this man? Then please contact the University of Nevada, Reno, which has been searching for geology professor Jim Faulds ever since he posed for this photograph." Isn't funny, he's not missing.
Natural man-made wonder?
Tiny fish swim in which water? How can water in a pool be 230F when water boils at 212F? Maybe they meant 130F, closer to the temp of rare steak.
Tom: I should've clarified - there are several pools aligned in a terraced fashion. The ones closest to the geyser are boiling hot, while the lower ones are merely warmish.
As to the water temperature, the reading of 230 degrees F was taken using a thermometer inside the geothermal reservoir itself, where I am guessing pressure prevents it from boiling away. You are correct that the waters at surface level are not heated up this high.
Thank you for the clarification.