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Named By: B. N. Cooke in 1997
Time Period: 15-5 Ma Mid to Late Miocene
Location: Australia, Queensland - System B Formation
Size: Skull roughly 8 centimetres long. Humerus about 5.7 centimetres long. Total body size uncertain due to lack of some parts.br>
Diet: Herbivore
Fossil(s): Partial remains of a few individuals, including skull, fore arms and vertebrae
Classification: | Mammalia | Marsupialia | Diprotodontia | Macropodiformes | Macropodidae | Bulungamayinae |

The genus Ganguroo is a species of early to middle to late Miocene kangaroo found in Riversleigh, in Australia. The relationship within the Macropodidae is in dispute, though it is phylogenetically proposed to be a sister taxon with the Macropodidae.

Read more about Ganguroo at Wikipedia
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