While many of us were hitting beer gardens and donning our sunglasses, other species were also basking in the glorious weather.
These incredible zebras, who live at Dvur Kralove Zoo in Czech Republic, were loving each moment they spent in the sun.
They spent the weekend rolling on their backs on the ground (not completely unlike those of us who were lounging in the park).
And when they weren't chilling out and catching rays, they were jumping and running around outdoors.
Apparently people and animals are not that different after all.
Although they probably go a little faster than us, as they can run up to 65km per hour.
These particular animals are known as Grant's zebras, and are the smallest of all the subspecies.
Growing up to 4.6ft tall, they can weigh more than 47st - which is mad considering they live on grass.
Sadly, some are killed for their coats.
And civil wars in Rwanda, Somalia, Uganda and Sudan where Grant's zebras live, have all led to a significant decline in their numbers.
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