Vika the mammoth is a famous resident of Viminacium. During coal mining in 2009, the well-preserved remains of a mammoth from the prehistoric period were discovered. It is assumed that the animal got stuck in the sand and mud on the shore, and, as it was unable to escape, probably lay down and eventually died of exhaustion. The skeleton was entirely preserved in an anatomical position. A few years later, the remains of at least four more animals were found, which are also exhibited in the Mammoth Park under the names of Nosko, Trbuško, Djomla and Lenka.