Millerosaurus was a small reptile that lived in the late Permian period, about 250 million years ago.
Outwardly it resembled a lizard, and probably had a lifestyle similar to them, feeding on insects,
but it was not closely related to them - Millerosaurus is actually part of the Anapsid group of reptiles
(the group which also includes turtles).
Generally speaking, most Anapsid reptiles do not have holes ("Fenestrae") in the skull, but
Millerosaurus was unusual in that it did have these, behind its eye socket.
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