Hey all i just wanna make sure i did the right thing here. I had a bakers 2 dozen of coturnix quail eggs that i started incubating the 18th late in the afternoon. I canlded the eggs this past sunda and found only ten had babies in them so i waited till today to toss the others, i figure by now the most they would do is explode. upon candling my live eggs, i found one of them to be cracked right at the air bubble, now this is only day 10, so i've kept the humidity at 25*32%, its a still air and i've kept the temp at 99 as much as possible, and i've been adicted to watching the wiggly little chicks inside every turn to make sure they are ok but not one time did i drop them or apply any pressure to them to cause them to crack so i think they were small cracks before. I put clear nail polish on it. I just got done turning and candling all ten again, the babies are all alive and moving, so i was curious if i should increase the humidity to be safe?