| Latin Name
| Conservation Status
||42 - 68 cms (16.5 - 26.8 inches)
||30 - 36 cms (12 - 14 inches)
||2 - 4 Kgs (4.4 - 8.8 lbs)
| Life Expectancy
South American Grey Foxes have a body length between 42 and 68 cms (16.5 - 26.8 inches), a tail length between 30 and 36 cms (12 - 14 inches) and they weigh between 2 and 4 kgs (4.4 - 8.8 lbs).
They are grey in colour with a pale underside and they have rust coloured markings around their head, ears and legs.
South American Grey Foxes can be found on the plains, grasslands, forest edges and the foothills of mountain ranges in southern South America.
South American Grey Foxes mainly feed on rodents, birds and rabbits.
After a gestation period of approximately 2 months, 2 - 4 young are born in a den.
Predators of South American Grey Foxes have not been documented.
There are no subspecies of the South American Grey Fox.
South American Grey Foxes are also known as:
South American Gray Fox
Argentine Grey Fox
Argentine Gray Fox
Griseus is latin for grey.