Took my quail eggs out of the turner, filled the water trays, put down some towels for traction, and placed the eggs into the paper carton I had for hatching. Well after a couple hours I noticed the paper egg carton was wicking water and I decided to open the bator and take them out to place them laying on the towel. I slipped and one egg is now missing 1/4 to 1/3 of the shell, but the membrane is intact. Is there anything I can do? Is it now a lost cause? I thought I saw movement in the membrane, but it could be that I wanted to see it.