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there is a general relationship between the zones used by the ancient Greeks (torrid, temperate, and frigid) and the modern zones we recognize (tropical hot, tropical dry, midlatitude mild, midlatitude severe, polar......The question i have is how do the modern zones relate to the ancient zones??

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