Do flamingos have knee caps?
Yes, and no
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The patella (Knee cap) serves as a protector of the anterior surface of the knee. Also, the extensor muscles of the leg insert on the patella.
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NO GIRAFFES HAVE NO KNEE CAP. THERE LEGS WILL BEND 180 DEGREE (FRONT TO BACK). THE KNEE WILL ONLY BEND 45 DEGREES.
It protects the knee.
What appears to be a birds knees at first sight are actually its ankles. The toes are flat on the ground and the rest of a very long thin foot goes up to the next joint, the a…nkle. The knee of the bird is covered in feathers. In the flamingo it is particularly noticeable and makes the bird look comical until you realise that it is not its knees bending the wrong way, but its ankles bending the right way.
The knee cap protects your knee from major injuries.
The anatomical name for the knee cap is the patella.
Fall down on your knee.
because......... that way they can turn backwards and bend down further
Yes. The bone is called a "patella"
Your knee cap is called a patella in scientific communities.
Penguins do not have kneecaps, because they do not need them. Not having kneecaps makes them more streamlined than other birds, which they need to be to be fast enough to catc…h their food.
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