Hi, I have three Pekin ducklings that were hatched in my 2nd grade classroom. The first one hatched six days ago. The other two hatched three days ago. I have searched the threads here, and while helpful, I am not sure which advice to follow. I certainly don't want to have 22 sad students if there is something that I can do to help these sweet babies. The largest (oldest) doesn't have clearly opened nares. I noticed it from the time it hatched. At times, I can see moisture bubbling from them. It is eating well and swishing its head in the water dish. Here is a video of Popcorn doing his thing. He does try to scratch it with his foot. What should I do? The second question that I have is related to the smallest one. The kiddos named him Slushy. He seems to be walking on tippy-toes. His toes were curled, and after some research, I found a thread that described taping his toes straight. I did that, and his toes were better the next morning. However, Slushy is still not walking properly. It's almost as if his legs aren't long enough to help him balance. I have noticed that his toes are curling again, so I have some self-grip tape to retape his toes. What should I do about his legs? Here is a short video of him walking: I appreciate any advice that you can give!