Sechuran Fox is little for a canid, weighing 2.6 to 4.2 kilograms 5.7 to 9.3 lb, with a body length of 50 to 78 centimeters 20 to 31 in and a tail of 27 to 34 centimeters 11 to 13 in. Its hide is ash agouti over the greater part of the body, blurring to white or cream shaded on the underparts. There are ruddy tan markings on the backs of the ears, around the eyes, and on the legs. The gag is dull ash, and a light black band runs over the midsection. Its tail is tipped with dark. It has little teeth, adjusted to feast upon creepy crawlies and dry plants, with fox-like canine teeth.
Sechuran Foxes are the littlest types of fox in South America. They have a body length between 53 and 59 cms (21 - 23 creeps), a tail length of roughly 25 cms (10 inches), and they weigh around 3 kgs (6.6 lbs). They are ash in shade with a paler underside.
Sechuran Fox might be found in the beachfront zones of north-western Peru and south-western Ecuador, between 3 and 12°s. In Peru, it is circulated on the western incline of the Andes between the wilderness with Ecuador and Lima.
Sechuran Fox is nighttime, and uses the sunlight hours in a nook dug into the ground. It is for the most part single, in spite of the fact that every so often seen going in sets. Pups are conceived in October and November, albeit little else is known of its conceptive conduct.