Zapalasaurus is a Primitive Diplodocoid from early Creataceous Argentina. It was found in Neuquen Province, Argentina, and was named after the city of Napala, in which it was found about eight kilometers from.

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Its long neck allowed it to gather food by sweeping its head back and forth through undergrowth, much like a vacuum, versus using its neck to reach food in higher areas. The tail is supposedly similar to one of a Diplodocus, relating to its class.