This guy is egg #10, and will 10 out 12 of viable eggs to hatch since Thursday. You can see his beak, and he's being very loud and wiggling around quite a bit, but he's been pretty much just like this since last night. He's making a little progress, but he's taking a beating from the other hatchlings. They see the little beak working and just peck away at him. I finally decided to remove some of the hatchlings to a brooder, but I hope in doing so, I didn't stick this guy in his egg. I looked at it pretty closely, and the membrane appeared dry and stuck to his body. Obviously, he can get air, but I'm confused whether to continue to wait it out. So, I took a warm paper towel and used it to gently moisten the shell and membrane. Other than that, I haven't done anything. Should I continue to wait it out? Removing some of the other chicks helped with the pecking issue. I hope I just didn't create a problem by opening the incubator. Thanks!