Which zone lies between  66° 33' N  and 23° 27' N?

The temperate zone lies between 66° 33′ N  and 23° 27′ N

Explanation

The temperate zone lies between the tropics and the polar regions and experiences a wide range of temperature and precipitation where four distinct seasons are common. The temperate zone is sometimes called the mid-latitudes because they exist roughly between 30 degrees and 60 degrees north and south latitude. There is a greater variety in climates in the temperate zone, but many regions can be classified as either moist-continental or moist-subtropical.

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