I had 11 bantam Cochins hatch by yesterday...two days of hatching. I usually let them stay in the incubator for 24 hrs. Yesterday the humidity was fine around noon but by 5:00 with 11 chicks then, when the chicks were wet again after being dry. The humidity was way high with small droplets on water collected on the viewung window. I immediatly took the hatched chicks out and opened the vents to get the humidity back down. My hatched chicks are fine...I put them under a lamp. I opened the eggs that were past due today and 3 of the 5 unhatched eggs contained dead chicks. I am wondering if the chicks in those eggs could have drowned in their shells due to the high humidity??? What about the 14 remaining eggs due in a week, are they dead??? The shell colors are rather dark and I have difficulty seeing through them for candling. But even if I could I would still chicks in there but not know whether they are dead or alive. Please help!