The Dingiso (Dendrolagus mbaiso), also know as the Bondegezou is a species of tree-kangaroo native to Western New Guinea of Indonesia. The Dingiso is most common in the western part of Irian Jaya because it is protected by members of the Moni tribe, for whom it is an ancestor.

The Dingiso has a distinctive pattern of black and white fur, with white belly and black head, back and limbs. Unlike other tree kangaroos, it spends little time in the trees.