The Kuiper belt is not between any planets. It is far beyond the orbits of Neptune and Pluto.
The kuiper belt are a collection of rocks beyond the orbit of Pluto. All the dwarf planets (except Ceres) are near the Kuiper Belt.
Just beyond the Jovian planets is the Kuiper Belt.
KBOs, or Kuiper Belt Objects.
There are no planets in the Kuiper Belt. Anything in the Kuiper belt pretty much is not a planet by definition (KBOs do sometimes cross the orbit of Neptune, though).
It's between Mars and Jupiter. The Kuiper Belt is near Neptune.
Ceres is in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.Eris is at the outer edge of the Kuiper Belt, at the edge of the solar system.
in in between the kuiper belt and oort cloud
The Kuiper belt is made out of comets, minor planets and and chunks of icy rock.
the oort cloud is the very out side of the solar systum and kuiper belt is the line planets orbit around the sun
In the outer solar system, beyond the Asteroid Belt, but inside the orbit of the Kuiper Belt.
the Kuiper Belt is a region beyond the planet Neptune
No. No major planets are part of the Kuiper belt, which is much farther out than Saturn.