Our novice hen stepped on one of her eggs and made some cracks in it. There are a couple small holes where it looks like the membrane is punctured. We took the egg out of the nest figuring that the mother would just clumsily step on it more and destroy it totally. It’s currently in a plastic container with a heat lamp on it keeping the temp at 101-102. Not sure the humidity level but we have a wet rag inside with plastic wrap on top of the container. There is condensation on the plastic wrap. The baby is inside and has been peeping (making sounds) on and off for about 24 hours with no external opening or crack created by the chick itself yet. We hear a mostly rhythmic internal clicking sound now for about 12 hours. So here are the questions: 1. WHat do we do now? Still wait? Assist the chick out? Perhaps the membrane with its tiny holes has dried and it is stuck? 2. What is that clicking sound? Is it the beak of the bird hitting the shell? It sounds too consistent and rhythmic though...could that mean that it is the actual heart of the chick we are hearing and it is stuck to the internal membrane? HELP!!!