Uintatherium is an extinct mammal from the Late Cretaceous period of North America. It was a large, hoofed mammal, about the size of a large cow. Uintatherium had a long, sloping neck and a short, but powerful trunk. It had four large, hoofed feet and four fingers on each foot. Uintatherium had a unique, long-horned skull which was distinctive among other mammals of the time.
Uintatherium could make a great addition to Evolution Park. Its size and unique features would make it a great attraction for visitors. As an extinct species, Uintatherium could serve as an educational tool to help visitors learn more about the evolution of mammals. Its long-horned skull could also be a fun feature for visitors to explore and observe. Finally, its large size and powerful trunk could be used to create exciting interactive exhibits.