Ok, I have a new one, at least for me. This morning I received some hatching eggs. This evening I was washing them in warm water and found that 2/3rds of these eggs have holes in them (yes, I wash my eggs as do all hatcheries and university labs). The holes are smaller than pin holes, small enough that they can't be seen with the naked eye. I candled the eggs and they aren't thin shelled. I'm thinking a little dab of super glue and I'll see if they hatch. Here is the video (if your browser tries to open it with QuickTime you'll have to download it and use the MS video player or Real Player). So has anyone else seen this before? Any ideas on the cause? Oh yes, I know that the subject is puny.