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Breasts are the tissues that cover the pectoral muscles and they are practically identical, except for males, which lack the specialized lobules that produce milk. Medically, they are also known as the mammary glands, and for females, the lobules (which can be organized into 15 to 20 sections) drain into a duct structure than finally brings the milk to the nipple, which is surrounded by dark tissue called the areola.