Ive been watching eggs pip today, and I noticed one of my eggs pipped very much on the wrong end. All it did was crack the egg, no hole yet. But I can hear a chick practically screaming inside the incubator, I can't tell which egg it is. I currently have 2 eggs pipped, plus the third one who is upsidedown. My last hatch, I had 2 malpositioned chicks that couldn't hatch by themselves and died, but they never pipped. Since this one pipped, is he on the right track? Should I do something? I can raise/lower humidity with a click of a button without opening the incubator, should I change the humidity? It's set between 63% and 67% right now. I had it higher but it fogged up the whole thing and I couldn't see inside so I lowered it to where it is now. As I was typing this the screaming stopped. I don't know how long this egg has been pipped, but it's only been a few hours at the most. I know to give them at least 18-24hrs, I just want to do whatever I can to give this little guy a shot. Also, what causes malposition? I had the eggs fat side up the whole time, then at lockdown I layed them on their sides like I've read you're supposed to do. Since this is now my 3rd malposition in 2 hatches, could I be doing something wrong?