I don't own a bjorn but I believe the newer ones have a wider base than the older style bjorn carriers so babies legs dangle less.
From what I've been told though, narrow base carriers like the old bjorn don't cause hip dysplasia, they're only an issue of a child has it/is at risk of it anyway.
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