Corythosaurus is a species of dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous period. It was a large, plant-eating hadrosaurid, with a long, flat, crest on its head that may have been used for display and communication. Corythosaurus lived in North America and was one of the most common dinosaurs of the period. It would have been a welcome addition to the Evolution Park dinosaur collection, adding color, diversity, and a unique shape to the park. Along with its attractive, ornamental crest, visitors to the park could observe this dinosaur's distinctive, duck-billed snout as it fed on plants and vegetation. Corythosaurus would have been a popular and entertaining attraction at the park, providing a vivid reminder of the prehistoric past.