BEWARE THIS POST IT MAY MAKE YOU ANGRY So, my Incubator failed. I was using a hovabator that was a few years old, but this was only it's 2nd or third use. Not sure when it happened, more than 24 hrs ago. As a solution, i just set up a heat lamp over the now open incubator to try and save them. The temperature inside dropped to below 90 degrees. They are due today/yesterday/tomorrow, the incubator ran hot the whole time, we checked and narrowed down to 7 good eggs. This was before the failure, and then before I dropped a heat-lamp on about 1/2 of them. It cracked at least 3 eggs, PROBABLY killing 2. One showed blood, so I tried taking the egg apart. I maybe was ripping off it's skin. Oops. I have a picture. This unfortunate chicken is dead, right? These chicks are for a sience project I am doing for my Bio class. Inside are also 3 White Pekin eggs (2 damaged) and 3 other chicken eggs (1 damaged). Where do I go from here, should I leave the chick above in the incubator, or throw it out? The white sheet below the eggshell is NOT skin, right? As you can see, I am somewhat panicking. I do not want to lose these eggs, or fail this project. I appreciate your help!