Do bees have knees?
Yes. Bees have six knees, one on each leg.
Bees have exoskeletons rather than internal bones. That said, the top portion of a bee's foreleg is called a femur, and the lower portion a tibia, similar to the bones of a person. So it would be fair to call the joint in between, a knee, though it lacks any of the structures of a human knee.
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