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- Is it true that there can be no more than one leg of a right triangle that is a perfect power of a number?

I want to know if a right triangle can only have one leg that is a perfect power of a number. Another words is it impossible for a right triangle to have two legs that are numbers that are raised to the same perfect power? Can somebody answer this question and show me the proof?