Hi everyone, I'm completely new here and after some advice. So I was recently given some goose eggs, pilgrims I believe, and of them two hatched. They had pipped when we got up yesterday morning and one had hatched before I got back from taking my child to daycare. The other however, made either no or slow progress; I had to take the first one out after after about 7hrs and made sure to do it quickly and put some papertowel soaked in warm water in to increase the humidity. Fast forward 27hrs from pipping and the second had made a bigger hole but seemed to be struggling. After lots of careful research, I decided to help it and very, very, very, carefully (there wasn't any blood visible at any stage) peeled back tiny bits of its shell until its head and neck was out then it was able to kick itself the rest of the way. It was very difficult to do, so I'm thinking it got 'sticky' when I took the first one out. It still has some shell and membrane stuck on its feathers at the back of its neck, but seems to be doing well - peeping, looking around, moving etc. Do I need to do anything to remove it or will they come off by itself? Also, I just have them on paper towel as the first kept eating the pine shavings, is that ok?