Hi, I'm on day 32 of incubating muscovy eggs, just spotted the first internal pip, think I heard a peep as well!
I didn't see any other pips, so not quite sure if now is the time to bump humidity? Is higher humidity mainly needed when breaking through outer shell?
I saw movement in some other eggs, but in general they are too dark inside to see anything when candling (except movement in the air cell).
They have also been losing very different rates of weight. At 25 days it was anywhere from 7.5% to 13% weight loss (average was about 10%)
At the halfway point, there was movement in all of them, but I had a heating failures which lasted maybe half a day, not quite sure whether any of them died as they were already getting difficult to candle at that point.