I have a ducklimg that's been in critical watch since Friday at 5:00. It's hatch at the opposite end of the egg. I made ut a breathing hole and it's been sitting trying to absorb it's yolk sac but I think it's position is not letting donit fast enough. It's in tbe position where it's legs and the yolk sac are pressed up against the air cell membrane and there's an open part there I made looking for its bill. One of its legs just broke the membran at the back of the egg and now yolk sack is leaking out!!!!! What do I do!? The duckling has absorbed all of its veins the yolk was all that was left and I think it's position was affecting its ability to pull it in. How do I help it!? I took a damp peice of toilet paper and pressed it against the tear and the leg to keep to from pushing out any further and taped it against the egg. Inread about chicjs and duckling surviving being born with their yolk still out but I don't know how to start helping. Also should I have the duckling hatch I r leave him in the shell? Please help!!!