Baryonyx is a genus of large carnivorous dinosaur from the Early Cretaceous period. It was discovered in 1983 in the Wealden Clay Formation of Surrey, England. It is known for its long, narrow jaw that is filled with many small, sharp teeth. It is believed to have had a diet consisting mostly of fish and other small animals. Baryonyx would make an excellent addition to Evolution Park as it is a unique and interesting dinosaur that can be used to teach visitors about the Early Cretaceous period. Visitors could learn about the diet and behavior of this dinosaur, as well as its significance in paleontology. Baryonyx could also be used as a centerpiece for a number of displays and activities, such as fossil digs and hands-on exhibits.