Where are cyclones found?

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Cyclones are typically found over warm seas near the Equator. Cyclones are usually characterized by inward spiralling winds that spin clockwise in the Southern Hemisphere and anticlockwise in the Northern Hemisphere of the Earth.
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Cyclone are the same as hurricanes. They are found all over the world while tropical cyclones are usually found in latitudes lower than 20 degrees.
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