Although in Serbia and the neighboring countries there are several thousand records of teeth and other parts of skeleton belonging to genus Mammuthus, the blank space in the map of distribution of these extinct animals testifies of the insufficiently serious work of renowned experts in proboscidean paleozoology. Therefore this skeleton from Drmno is still waiting for its “christening in Latin”. There is an idea that all parts of the skeleton should be exhibited in the way that they were discovered (in situ) at the very coal pit. This type of exhibiting the cultural asset is new for our country, as well as the neighboring areas, at least considering the Southeastern Europe. The rarity of this record and the ambient in which it was discovered make it particularly attractive, definitively contributing to improvement of tourist offer of this part of Serbia. At the same time, the speed of reacting to implementation of conservation measures indicates our museological and scientific awareness. This is not an important phenomenon only for Serbia but also for the natural history of the whole planet.