Ok,I KNOW intervening is bad.. and I KNOW opening the bator is bad.. and I had the voices of BYC ringing in my ears.. but.. I had one big egg that pipped yesterday morning - beak sticking out, normal peeping. 24 hours later, NO progress and the peeping had turned frantic, almost screaming.. You could hear it when opening the door of the room the bator is in... In my head, I am thinking 'shrinkwrap??' - I HAVE opened the bator twice to remove dry keets since they started hatching 5 days early, but the humidity is very high (75%) and never had a drop below 70.. I assumed I shrinkwrapped this chick and it was my fault.. I was fully prepared to cull it and I STILL had the 'thou shall NOT intervene!' ringing in my head, but figured it was better to die quickly than to scream in the egg and go out that way.. So I helped it out. Incubator humidity dropped to 70%. No, it was NOT shrinkwrapped that I could tell - it was HUGE. I am not sure it would have ever made it out. It is easily twice the size of the one it hatched with. Maybe one drop of blood. I notice the belly is a little big with I assume stored yolk. No organs on the outside, has both eyes, both feet, etc - popped it back into the bator to dry off. Seems tired but is walking and peeping loudly and stumbling around the rest of the eggs like a normal keet. I know it may die, but we shall see. Pics to follow later, but hard to take them when the two new ones are squooshed together in a corner peeping.. I just hope I didn't shrinkwrap all the rest - I was FAST pulling this one out but keep your fingers crossed for me..