Triangle’s Offshore Spaces

A sodden, occasionally bloody triangle-shaped fish toilet/graveyard – a mile deep in some spots – lies off Orange County’s coast in the Gulf of Santa Catalina at the eastern edge of the Pacific Ocean.  The Catalina Triangle occupies the center of the Southern California Bight and Continental Borderland, which constitute one of the most productive bodies of coastal water on the planet and home to some of the world’s biggest kelp forests.

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