Penguins are cuddly and cute, but watching them on TV, in magazines or even a zoo, you might have thought, do penguins have legs? As their bulk takes up most of their body, it can be difficult to look at a penguin and imagine them having legs. They just look like feathered creatures with claws at the end of their feet where their legs should be. Mostly because of the bulk of big penguins, it looks like they do not have legs.
Emperor penguins and king penguins are large in size, and they mostly cover up their feet with the bulk of their lower body. Their physical structure is such that their legs are set far back on the body which gives them their characteristic stunted look.