Natural History Collection of the Institute for Nature Conservation of Vojvodina Province is located in Radnička Street. The visitors can see highly valuable exhibits that represent a part of a rich natural heritage of Vojvodina through the following study and memorial collections: geological-paleontological, mineralogical and petrological, botanical, entomological, ichtyological, herpetological, ornithological and terriological collection. The skull of Mammuthus Primigenius with tusks is one of the best known exhibits of the natural history collection and exhibition. Excellently preserved mammoth skull was found in the Tisa river in the vicinity of Novi Bečej. The Institute for Nature Conservation of Vojvodina Province has also got an arboretum designed in a free landscape style of garden art. It is the collection of autochthonous trees from Fruška Gora, the most prominent among which are sessile oak, lime, beech and hornbeam tree. The Institute for Nature Conservation of Vojvodina Province was founded by the Assembly of the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina in 1966 although the research works and collecting of exhibits for the study collections representing natural properties of Vojvodina started in 1947 already within the Vojvodina Museum.