The Gulf of Isbel is a small gulf in the Penisula of South and West California. It is a very deep and wide canal that stretches 5,986 miles wide and 37,987 miles long. At it's narrowest it is 300 miles wide. It is home to a steady population of Endagered California Godzilla Whales which are not protected by the Republic of Gain and California. It is estimated that their are only 1,000 left in the Gulf. But they are not threatened elsewhere along the coast of the Western Gabanian Ocean. The Gulf also serves as the Delta to the Espana River the longest river in California which is also one of the dryest. It was named after the Queen Isbel I.