Sad news from Down Under: the confused baby humpback whale who lost his mum and tried to suckle a yacht in Sydney Harbor, will be (or has already been) euthanized, the Sydney Morning Herald reports. According to National Parks spokesman John Dengate, "The animal is suffering from previous shark-inflicted injuries, is experiencing breathing difficulties and its flukes are hanging down…The last thing we want is that the whale should suffer." However, Bunna Lawrie, the "aboriginal whale whisperer, thinks they should let the whale live. "All we have to do is get it out to sea, nurse it out there and guard and wait for pod of whales. Let the whales figure out if they can accept it. A mother may think it can feed two." [Sydney Morning Herald]