|Name Translation||Jaklapalli lizard|
|Period||Late Triassic 217-201 Million Years Ago|
|Size||2.5 m long, 1.5 m tall, 250 kg in weight|
|Date of Discovery||2011|
Jaklapallisaurus is a Prosauropod from late Triassic India. It was found in 2011. It is related to Barapasaurus.
It lived during the Late Triassic period, specifically from late Norian to the early Rhaetian; in what is now Telangana, central India.
It is known from the holotype dubbed as ISI R274, which is a postcranial material, collected from the Upper Maleri Formation of the Pranhita - Godavari Basin and from the referred material ISI R279, partially complete right femur.