Thanks! Not a ton of spec here. It's not radically different from Platybelodon and Amebelodon, the thicker skin and fur could even be included in the ancestor (I don't think integument is known). I figured something as specialized as Platybelodon usually aren't adaptable either doesn't change much over time because what they have works or goes extinct because it doesn't.
It's based closely on the likes of Platybelodon and Amebelodon, both of which went extinct. It's a very specialized animal. Specialized animals are highly vulnerable to extinction. This one happens to live in a setting where its food source hasn't changed much since it arrived so hasn't died out, but they are quite rare since their range is limited.