My Brinsea incubator must have super-high humidity -- my chicks are all still soaking wet after hatching yesterday. I saw all the posts about leaving them in the incubator to dry, but when I came home today, one chick is dying and the rest are not very vigorous. I hurried and opened the bator to take them all out to the brooder (which is at 95-100). WHEW, did the bator STINK! It was like rotten swamp water in there. I tried dipping everyone's beak in sugar water, but they didn't seem very interested. The dying chick was the last to hatch and looked like it had a pretty large head. It's abdomen is really enlarged this afternoon, so I wonder if there was more going on there and it was going to die anyway (although it seemed fine last night and this morning). Can anyone give me advice on what to do?? Should I take a hair dryer out and get them dry? Leave them alone under the brooder lamp (seems warm enough)? I have electrolytes in their water, but they aren't strong enough to eat or drink yet. I sure hate to think I might lose them all -- we were so stoked after getting a 100% hatch on our first try. Any help would be greatly appreciated!!!