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"She needs to be fed. I'll take her aft."
―Lyra Erso tells Galen Erso that their infant daughter, Jyn, needs to nurse[1]

Kylo Ren had noticeable chest muscles beneath his breasts.

Breasts were an anatomical feature on some species in the galaxy, such as the human, Dowaaka, and Askajian species.[2] Breasts occurred in both sentient and non-sentient species.


Humans were a species in the galaxy known to nurse their young. The human female Lyra Erso would breastfeed Jyn Erso, her daughter with Galen, which sometimes led the infant to fall asleep.[1] Adolescent humans would experience breast development as they progressed towards adulthood.[3] When Jyn was an adolescent, she preferred to show off the development of her bicep muscles instead; however, she was pleased to dress up in a fitted robe and cosmetics when she participated in the infiltration of Inusagi's sakoola blossom festival by Saw Gerrera's Partisans.[4] Some human adults, such as Selbie, had a notably ample bosom.[5]

Some adult beings displayed increased development of the chest muscles beneath their breasts, including the male Jedi Master Kirak Infil'a,[6] Nautolan male Jedi Master Kit Fisto,[7] and human males such as Jedi Knight Anakin Skywalker,[8] former Jedi Taron Malicos,[9] and Kylo Ren.[10] The female Inquisitor known as the Ninth Sister, a member of the Dowutin species[11] that was known for its physical strength,[12] wore fitted armor that exhibited her large muscles.[13]

Members of the reptilian Dowaaka species had four large breasts.[14] The Askajian female Yarna d'al' Gargan, who was an enslaved dancer[15] at Jabba the Hutt's palace, had six.[16]

Prairie-fowl breasts were a food eaten on Lothal. Merei Spanjaf brought them home with tubers for her mother, Jessa Spanjaf, to cook.[17]

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