Do penguins have kness

@jinuxnet (675)
February 1, 2007 5:31am CST
Do penguins have kness?
6 responses
@Locotez (232)
• Indonesia
8 Feb 07
hahahahahahahahahhaa, lol, I don't think so.
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@jbrooks0127 (2326)
• United States
7 Feb 07
Of course the do. They are just so fat you can't see them.
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• India
4 Feb 07
i have no idea that penguins have knees.
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• Philippines
2 Feb 07
tricky question.. i dont think so.. ive seen happy feet. i dont think they have one
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@shiela15 (286)
• Australia
1 Feb 07
This is an old chestnut. Penguins, in common with all birds, have a different arrangement of joints in the legs from those in mammals. However, they do have joints equivalent to our knees - the difference is that these joints are much closer to the hip than on mammals. Yes. Penguins 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. This also means that penguins never get cold knees!
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• Canada
9 Feb 07
i dont think they do, if they did, i dont think they would use their beaks to help them up.....and besides their legs are too short!!