So I'm hatching out muscovy ducks, it's been about 38 days, I set 20 eggs and so far 2 have hatched. A third one started hatching 2 days ago, made a little hole and then hadn't progressed in 2 days. He was peeping and all so I decided to help him out a bit, I found out that his wing was across his face so he couldn't really move. I helped him some more but now it seems that his wing is STUCK to his face!!! To his eye lid to be more precise, I tried seperating them but the eye lid gets pulled and it really doesn't look good so I left him in the incubator, he's trying to move and chirp, he's breathing but he's weak and I really don't know what to do! I've used a damp Qtip and the membrane around him is totally wet and soft so I don't see why he would be stuck. Please please help, I have a feeling he's going to die... My incubator has been at around 70% humidity and 37 degrees Celsius for the past 7 days now, I don't know why they're so late, my temperature was stable and correct throughout the incubation period. Thank you for reading.