Which Countries Lie in the Frigid Zones?

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Eight countries have land in the frigid zone: the United States, Canada, Russia, Iceland, Sweden, Finland, Norway and Greenland, which is part of Denmark. The frigid zones are the areas north of the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle, which are located at 66.5 degrees north and 66.5 degrees south, respectively.