I noticed yesterday that one chick was acting like something of a loner. I've got the waterer hung a few inches off the floor of the brooder (level with the smaller chicks' backs) so they don't crap it up as quickly, and this chick was laying under the waterer.. Thinking back, I've seen "chicks" under there before, but I really think it might be this chick specifically that's been under there time and again. It's among the smallest in the group, but it's feathering out like some of the biggest. It's got nice little tail feathers and everything, it's just...little. I thought something might be wrong so I reached under and picked it up to take a look. Though it was very alert and aware that I had hold of it, it didn't fight me too much. It looked perfectly fine.. When I set it back in the brooder, it walked around for a minute, then laid down near the feeder, then got back up and decided it wanted to eat...which it did, no problem. Afterward it walked over to the waterer, got a few sips, looked around, then promptly hunkered down, climbed back under the waterer, and laid down again. Bear in mind that as I'm watching this little chick make its decisions so calmly and deliberately, all the other chicks are darting this way and that, flapping around, running into one another, chirping, pecking at the walls, scratching around aimlessly...which makes the little loner look all the more 'Zen'...maybe even smarter? So, is it normal for the occasional chick to be a calm, cool, collected loner like this, or am I seeing the early stages of something bad?