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Name: Rob E.
Status: student
Age: 19
Location: N/A
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Date: Tuesday, May 07, 2002


Question:
Do Ducks have knees?


Replies:
"The bird's true knee joint, hidden from view by feathers, is the next joint above the bird's heel, and it bends forward when the bird squats, just as the knee of man does." Terres, "The Audubon Society Encyclopedia of N.A. Birds"

J. Elliott


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