Trilobites are an extinct group of arthropods that lived in the seas of the Cambrian period over 500 million years ago. They are among the earliest known fossils, and provide an important window into the early evolution of life on Earth. Trilobites are now extinct, but they still provide a valuable resource for learning about Earth's past. In Evolution Park, a trilobite exhibit will be used to illustrate how these ancient creatures evolved and adapted to changing conditions. The exhibit will feature a variety of trilobite fossils, as well as interactive displays that explain the evolutionary history of trilobites. Visitors will be able to explore the different stages of trilobite evolution, from their primitive forms to the more advanced species that appeared during the late Cambrian period. The exhibit will also feature a hands-on model of a trilobite, allowing visitors to get a better understanding of this ancient creature. Finally, the exhibit will include information on the current state of trilobite research, as well as what we can learn from these remarkable creatures.