I had an order of shipped eggs: 12 Crested Cream Legbar. I know shipped eggs are a gamble, I'm okay with that. I still wanted to try. 2 of them never developed/appear infertile. 3/12 of them are thriving at 11 days old. 7/12 appear to be early deaths. Here are pictures of two of them, but all seven look the same to some extent: Compared to an egg that is only a few days behind: Now... These 12 Legbar eggs were put into an incubator with roughly 20 other eggs. All but one of the 20 are currently developing. I am wondering what I could have done differently with these Legbar eggs to cause all of these early deaths? I tried not to handle them too much. Humidity and temperature has actually been pretty steady in my incubator: Janoel48 with fan, 99.5 degrees, humidity at 40%. I have an extra temp/humidity monitor in there as well. I suppose I am just shocked at the amount of early deaths. Is this normal? Or, maybe just normal for shipped eggs? It was a little alarming to me... and I am just trying to figure out what I did wrong. They were clearly developing before quitting on me (aside from the two that didn't ever seem to start). Is 7/12 early deaths abnormally high? What would your guess be as far as troubleshooting? Has this happened to you before? Thanks for any advice!