Ok, I had brought some eggs inside to candle (the ones my broody silkie was sitting on). I was planning on putting any that were alive into the incubator, since the silkie has been having a hard time keeping them all warm. Turns out only one had development in it, but it was freezing cold! I left that one on the table to take the others out to the compost pile and my mom got too curious for her own good....by the time I got back inside she had a small hole in the large end of the egg to see how developed the chick was when it died. Well...even though the egg was freezing, the chick was still moving around under the membrane! She was as shocked as I was, so we put it in the incubator to hopefully keep it warm and alive. I can still see it moving under the membrane today, and it's warm now. It's technically on day 19, but I don't know how long it was left to get cold by the hen. I am keeping the humidity right at 55%, and hoping for the best. Is there anything I can do? Is there a chance that this little one will survive? I made my mom promise not to open up any more eggs just because she is curious, she feels really bad about doing it, but it's been forgiven and can't be undone now. The bright side, the chick is obviously still alive and kicking, and if I do lose it, it is only one chick. Thanks, Emily PS - Please don't criticize my mom, I would have probably done the same thing if I didn't know better!