Temporate zone countries?
Temperate zones are either of the two intermediate latitude zones of the earth. Some countries on the temperate zones are Australia, France, the USA, China and New Zealand.
The two temperate zones are South and North Temperate Zones. The countries in South Temperate Zone include Southern Africa, southern South America, New Zealand and southern Australia. The countries in North Temperate Zone include northern Mexico, North America, northern Asia, Europe and Great Britain.
Euro is the official currency of the European Union. However, some countries inside the EU, decided to keep their traditionnal money (UK sill use the Pound). The Euro zone is the group of countries that had adopted the Euro (€) as their currency. On the 27 countries in the EU, 15 countries belong to the zone Euro. The other countries have either refused (UK, Sweden, Denmark....) adopting the Euro or are waiting for their Economies…
Well the Northern temperate zone is from the tropic of cancer (23.5 degrees north to the arctic circle). So, most of Canada, some of the US, much of western Europe etc. The Southern temperate zone is from 23.5 degrees south latitude to the Antarctic Circle. Peru, South Africa, some of Australia lie in this zone. There are many other countries in the Northern Temperate Zone.
The tropical zone, also known as the tropics or the torrid zone is an area where the sun is at a point where it is directly overhead at some point during the year. Being near the area, these areas encompass the hottest places in the world. Countries in this area include northern South American countries which include Brazil and Peru, Central African countries like the DR Congo and the Central African Republic as well as…
These countries are all between 23.5 degrees North (Tropics of Cancer) to 66.5 degrees North (Arctic Circle) and 23.5 degrees South (Tropics of Capricorn) to 66.5 degrees South (Antarctic Circle). So, in short, countries like Australia, USA, France, China and New Zealand all lie in the temperate zone. Most (not all) countries within the temperate zone experiences the 4 seasons.