• Yes. Their knees are inside of their torso's though. Where it looks like there is a knee is actually their ankle. This is a very typical skeletal trait for birds.
  • Well, in short – yes, penguins do have knees (well, that was pretty anti-climactic). A penguin's legs are built up of a femur, knee, tibia and fibula, just like yours. Their legs may appear short and stubby, but don't be deceived, most of them are concealed by feathers.

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