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While most animals live in a three-dimensional world, they move through it to different extents depending on their mode of locomotion: terrestrial animals move vertically less than do swimming and flying animals. As nearly everything we know about how animals learn and remember locations in space comes from two-dimensional experiments in the horizontal plane, here we determined whether the use of three-dimensional space by a terrestrial and a flying animal was correlated with memory for adoi:10.1098/rspb.2014.0301 pmid:24741019 pmcid:PMC4043095 fatcat:j2xie4acivajjpnkvnwz2c2jsa