Do Penguins Have Knees?

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Yes, penguins have knees. They are not visible because of their short legs. Their upper legs and knees are covered with feathers.
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Penguins have knees. They appear to have very short legs and no knees because only the lower leg is externally visible. Their knees and upper legs are feather covered, hiding them from view.
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