No, I am going to leave them in there for 24hrs, they are not quite dry yet so I will wait. If at 24 hrs they are dry and none of my other eggs have pipped yet, then I will take them out. They can last 3 days in there so I am not too worried.
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I just replied on the other thread, it's a malpositioned chick. It's pipped on the wrong end
Did he make it out on his own? It's such a fine line as when to help or not
With mal-positions you wait extra long, because they usually pip,( not in your case) but too soon and a mal-positioned is bloodier because of unabsorbed yolk and a big belly button. I waited on the green egg but it did need help after the 24hrs, but his yolk had been absorbed by then and was not bloody.