This little chick didn't zip before he's trying to squeeze out. His left wing and beak are exposed. Wiggling and peeping. I've been gone for about 4 hours and he had a tiny external pip before I left. Will he still try to zip at this point? If he just stays, what are the signs that he might need some help, and how do I do that? He looks like he's just trying to push his way out of that little hole. The humidity is 65%. No other eggs have pips - 2 have hatched fully. Today is day 21. The hole is roughly the size of a quarter. Edited to add...Is it still even possible for him to zip with his beak out of the shell? Any movement pushes the beak out further (but it goes back in when it stops). I can't imagine the chick being able to rotate at all. The membrane is brownish...no white. The chick appears wet, but I don't know how long it's been this way.