Hello, I am new to the forum, and completely new to incubating. A few days ago I had 5 eggs hatch from the incubator after I took them from a nest the hen had abandoned, so I don't know exactly how many days old they were. Plus, two were Banty eggs I had stuck under her. Anyway, they pipped and then nothing for 8 or more hours, so following directions on the forum, I helped them all out. They were crammed in there, with their little heads and beaks under their wings, with their beaks upside down, if this makes sense. There was no way they could have moved around to unzip the shell, as far as I could tell. No Now I have a little guy, Banty, who has pipped I think at 20 days, is peeping softly, but mostly just making little breathing noises, and not trying to break out any further. I had the humidity WAY too high, I think at 86% because that was what I first read it should be. OK< now my question: Should I help this little guy out, too? I don't think he has room to zip!