It is said that there are about four hundred and fifty volcanoes, more or less, in the Ring of Fire. What this means is that in all of the world, 75 percent of all of the volcanoes are concentrated into this one region of the Pacific. It is also famous for earthquakes.
The Ring of Fire, located in the basin of the Pacific Ocean, is home to a nearly constant series of plate movements. The Ring of Fire has 452 volcanoes and contains approximately three-fourths of all the volcanoes on Earth.
There is 452 known volcanoes in the Pacific Ring of Fire. The Pacific Ring of Fire gets its name from the location of the volcanoes, along the Pacific Ocean. Not all of the volcanoes that are identified in the ring are active. The Pacific Ring of Fire volcanoes make up for more than 75% of the worlds volcanoes.