If you’ve been struggling with the heat today, then just be thankful you aren’t covered in a thick layer of fur.

Silver foxes, squirrel monkeys and marmosets are just some of the critters at All Things Wild that have been trying to stay cool during the heatwave.

Keepers at the Honeybourne attraction have had to get creative, thinking of ways to keep all their critters safe.

A spokesperson for the popular wildlife park said: “Our keepers have spent the last week preparing for the warm weather, to ensure all of our animals are comfortable.

“We think they are a lot cooler than we are!”

Evesham Journal: The park's silver fox decided to just sleep through the heatThe park's silver fox decided to just sleep through the heat

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The park’s animal team have used icey treats and damp towels among other methods to keep residents cool.

Staff are also working shorter shifts to make sure they don’t get beaten by the heat.

Despite this, All Things Wild has been shut today and will be closed tomorrow, with temperatures once again set to reach well into the 30s.

A spokesperson for the park said: "Unfortunately, due to the sunny weather swiftly turning into a red weather warning for extreme heat, All Things Wild will be closed on Monday 18th July and Tuesday 19th July.

"Our main priority is the welfare of our animals, staff and visitors.

"We are planning to be back open on Wednesday 20th July but will keep everyone updated!"

Evesham Journal: A squirrel monkey enjoying the icey treats on offerA squirrel monkey enjoying the icey treats on offer