Nine weeks ago, I got my first batch of day old chicks. Among them were 4 columbian wyandottes (though I only ordered 2). For the first month, all grew normally, and at the same rate as the other breeds.Then, one shot up and is still bigger than all the others, but the last chick just barely seems to be developing at all. It is only a little smaller than the others, and he eats and drinks just fine, but while the others have feathered out it just seems to be loosing its fluff without gaining any feathers. I have closely observed all the chicks and although it seems to be less social than the others, they don't pick on it any more than they do eachother (just normal chick stuff, no mean behavior). It is not wounded anywhere, its just naked! AND it has a hooked beak like a raptor. The tip curves down about 1/4", but that doesn't seem to stop it from eating. It just looks like a dinosaur... or something. I decided to name it Archeopterix. Archie for short. So I just want to know if I should worry... or trim it's beak... or sell it to a paleontologist? I am just at a loss. The other 28 chicks are fine... what is wrong with Archie? And here is Archie next to one of the other columbians I have.