The classic "six-pack abs" in humans is due to tendons stretched across the abdominal muscles and low body fat. Do any other animals have a similar arrangement of tendons that could result in visible "n-pack abs" for a sufficiently low body fat individual?

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    $\begingroup$ Most animals are quadripedal and therefore their abdomens are generally not exposed. Perhaps the tendinous intersections required for the abdominal flexibility required for a bipedal posture. See here. $\endgroup$
    Jul 6 '16 at 15:11

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