I've got a bator full (almost) of guinea eggs and on day 20 we heard peeping. Lo and behold, it was a chick on the fast track out of the egg. pip, zip, and out within a few hours total. Well, I was thinking that maybe those guinea eggs were sent to me partially incubated, but the more the chick dried off, the less it looked like a guinea keet. No orange beak or feet/legs. Well, it was a chicken egg mixed in with that shipment. No problem, except it's all by itself now. Here are a few pics of the poor little thing. We'll try putting our youngest 3 weeker in with it and watch, it just won't stop peeping. Here it is hiding... and checking out the new friend and thinking 'this isn't too bad!'