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Named By: A. S. Romer in 1937
Time Period: Early Permian,[1] Artinskian
Location: USA, Texas - Belle Plains Formation
Size: Skull 5.7 centimetres long, total body length estimated about 30 centimetres long
Diet: Insectivore
Fossil(s): Skull
Classification: | Chordata | Synapsida | Pelycosauria | Caseasauria | Eothyrididae |

Eothyris is an extinct genus of the family Eothyrididae. It was an insectivorous synapsid. It was closely related to Oedaleops. Only the skull of Eothyris, first described in 1937, is known. It had a 6 centimetres (2.4 inches) long skull, and its total estimated length is 30 centimetres (12 inches).

Read more about Eothyris at Wikipedia
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