i have 4 eggs in my incubator and i have two that aren't being turned and 50th day was saturday. i figured it wasn't going to hatch so i decided to take on and open it and see what was going on inside. i opened it up and i found a baby emu and it was breathing and peeping. it was a live for about 30 seconds. first i need to say this is my first time with emus. i hatch chicken many of times. i really don't know what to do. some one said i need to help them hatch, is that true? are they like chickens and hatch by themselves? please help me!!! i have a picture of the baby emu. i hate losing a bird. i read up on them and stuff but i'm still not shore what i need to be doing. the pic is graffic, don't know if it isn't fully developed or what? like i said i need helps so i don't lose more or cause them pain or anything like that.
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