G. Cuja Skull Replica measures 3.5 inches. G. Cuja Skull Replica is museum quality polyurethane resin cast. Known as Lesser Grison

G. Cuja or Lesser grison have a long, slender body, short legs, and a bushy tail. They have a long neck and a small head with a flattened forehead and rounded ears.

They are smaller than the closely related greater grison, with a head-body length of 11 to 20 in. and a tail 5.5 to 7.5 in. long.

Adults weigh from 2.6 to 5.3 lb. Females are slighter smaller and more slender than males.

The top of the head, the back and flanks, and the tail have coarse black guard hairs with buff-colored tips over a softer undercoat, giving them a grizzled greyish color.

The remainder of the body is black or nearly so, apart from a pale buff-colored stripe running from the forehead to the shoulders along the lower margin of the grey furred area. The feet are webbed, with five toes ending in sharp, curved, claws.

G. Cuja or Lesser grison are found throughout most of southern South America from sea level to as high as 13,800 ft. elevation in a wide range of habitats.

Although generally near water, including grasslands, forests, scrub, and mountain meadows. They are also known to inhabit agricultural land and pasture in some areas.