Eocaptorhinus was a an Anapsid reptile that lived during the early Permian period, about
280 million years ago. It was about 1 foot (30 centimeters) long and outwardly resembled a lizard.
Eocaptorhinus did not have the openings in its skull (fenestrae) that are found in lizards and most other amniotes
(today, the only surviving amniotes without fenestrae are turtles and tortoises).
Some scientists consider Eocaptorhinus to be synonymous with Captorhinus,
another similar animal that lived at around the same time.
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