I just came home from work and peeked in the incubator. One of the eggs had a pip hole and it looked really wierd, so I grabbed it and closed it again right away and took a look at it. There were a bunch of foam bubbles coming out of it! I've heard people say that they've had babies drown before, (which I don't undertand that, but whatever), so I got real worried and grabbed a toothpick and flaked a little chip away and there ws more foam. It's tiny beak was right there at the hole, so I kinda nudged it a little w/the toothpick and it wouldn't chirp or move so I figured it was dead. I flaked off a few more little bits and still more foam. And I also saw that it's gizzard was very bloated & blown up like a balloon. What happened??? Did it drown then? What would be the cause of that? Too high of humidity? People always tell me to crank it up at the end and that too low is worse than too high, and I've also heard if you don't keep it high they can get shrink wrapped. (don't know what THAT means, either), so I've been keeping it about 70% for the last few days. Is that too high? I was told 50-60% in the begining and the last few days keep it at 70. But - then again - no matter who you talk to, you'll get a different answer. It just makes it complicated when a newbie is trying to learn b/c you don't know if you should do it his way or do it her way and then you do it one way and somethign bad goes wrong. sigh. Poor little guy...! Also, does that mean the rest of my eggs in there are now bad? Should I put a small hole in them so they can start to air out a bit? I had one hatch out this morning perfectly normal. It's running around the brooder w/my 1 week olds. What about my Button Quail eggs that are in there? Their not due until Sunday/Monday. Is it too high for them now and they'll be bad, too?