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meaning: "Kyrgyzstan lizard"
Named By: V. R. Alifanov & E. N. Kurochkin in 2011
Time Period: Middle-Upper Triassic, 230-225 Ma
Location: Kyrgyzstan - Madygen Formation
Size: Skull 3 centimetres long, total body size uncertain
Diet: Insectivore
Fossil(s): Holotype includes skull and partial anterior post cranial skeleton including vertebrae, ribs, and partial pectoral girdle preserved on a slab
Classification: | Chordata | Reptilia | Protorosauria | Simiosauria | Drepanosauridae |

Kyrgyzsaurus is an extinct genus of drepanosaurid archosauromorph known from the Triassic of southwestern Kyrgyzstan.

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