Grey Zorro (Pseudalopex griseus)
(aka Grey Fox, Pampas Fox, Dusicyon griseus)
Grey Zorro, Torres del Paine, Chile, December 2005 - click for larger image Chile
December 2005

The Grey Zorro is distributed in the Chile and Argentina where it is found lower down the mountains than the Culpeo Zorro P. culpeo as well as in the pampas.

Grey Zorro, Torres del Paine, Chile, December 2005 - click for larger image It is smaller than the Culpeo Zorro at about 1 m overall, it is greyer although there is still some red about the face and its ears are longer.

It feeds mainly on rodents and small mammals as well as berries and the occasional insect.

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