......Or does Mama Spitzhauben have some 'splainin' to do???? I had two incubators full of eggs most were Spitzhauben's, about 10 were Brabanters. My two year old "helped the chippies catch" by tweaking the temps on my incubators-unbeknownst to his Papa, who was (er, not) watching him at the time. So the one bator got up to 129 degrees overnight and fried those babies. Cried big salty tears and said a prayer for the other bator that only went up to 104 overnight. I actually got 10 babies out of the eggs in that one. Five made it to the end and died trying to hatch. Of those that hatched, all seem very healthy and lively. They look like this one: But, there was one little one that looked really different from the very first. It looks like this: In comparison to all of the others, he is lanky, scrawny and not very fluffy at all. He isn't sickly, he eats, drinks, poops and investigates everything just like his hatch mates. Do you think this could be a mis-marked Brabanter egg? Or a mixed Spitzhauben chick? Anyone have any thoughts? ETA: I put all of the eggs that were marked Brabanter in the incubator that got too hot.