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Temporal range: Early Eocene
|An artist's illustration of Notostylops murinus|
In life, Notostylops would have resembled a dog-sized rabbit and is suspected to have browsed on low-growing plants. Notostylops was a generalised animal, likely adapted to a fairly wide range of ecological niches. Its tall skull housed rodent-like incisor teeth. Notostylops was about 75 centimetres (30 in) long.