Location: West of Eromanga, South-west Queensland, Australia.
Age: Approximately 95-98 million years ago: Cenomanian Epoch , mid-Cretaceous Period.
Size: Based on the remains so far discovered Zac was probably between 15-20m long making it a large sauropod.
Type: Medium-sized plant-eating (herbivorous) sauropod dinosaur.
Formation: Winton Formation, Eromanga Basin.
Classification: It is difficult to determine the classification of Zac because much of the skeleton is enclosed in solid rock, awaiting preparation. Based on specimens so far found Zac will be a peculiar sauropod and unique scientifically, most-likely a species of titanosaur.