Named By: B. N. Cooke - 1997.
Classification: Mammalia, Marsupialia, Diprotodontia, Macropodiformes, Macropodidae, Bulungamayinae.
Species: G. bilamina (type), G. robustiter.
Size: Skull roughly 8 centimetres long. Humerus about 5.7 centimetres long. Total body size uncertain due to lack of some parts.
Known locations: Australia, Queensland - System B Formation.
Time period: Early to late Miocene.
Fossil representation: Partial remains of a few individuals, including skull, fore arms and vertebrae.
Ganguroo is a genus of kangaroo that lived in Queensland, Australia during the Miocene period. Currently Ganguroo is only known from the partial remains of only a few individuals.
- New Miocene bulungamayine kangaroos (Marsupialia: Potoroidae) from Riversleigh,northwestern Queensland. - Memoirs of The Queensland Museum 41:281-294. - B. N. Cooke - 1997.
- Postcranial morphology of Ganguroo bilamina, Cooke 1997 (Marsupialia: Macropodidae) from the middle Miocene of Riversleigh, northwestern Queensland. - Memoirs of the Association of Australasian Palaeontologists 25: 123–138. - B. P. Kear, M. Archer & T. F. Flannery - 2001.
- Ganguroo robustiter, sp. nov. (Macropodoidea, Marsupialia), a middle to early late Miocene basal macropodid from Riversleigh World Heritage Area, Australia. - Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology. - B. N. Cooke, K. J. Travouillon, M. Archer & S. J. Hand - 2015.