So, we have a broody serama hen who was sitting on 12 eggs. 5 were infertile and she hatched out 3 of them. Well today after school, I went out to the shed and looked under her and their were 3 eggs not 4. So I looked and looked for the 4th egg. Could not find it. Their are 8 other seramas out their with her and we were a couple months ago having a problem with an egg eater, but she has quit. So we thought one of the other birds ate the egg and chick. Well I look at the ground where the seramas are and I see a dead chick. I pick the dead chick up and feel that it is very very cold. I keep holding it and was hoping that it was still alive. I kinda opened its mouth and the chick quickly closes it. I then felt for a heartbeat and could feel a very faint one. By now I was starting to freak out and think I was going nuts. I then proceeded to give the chick a few light pushes on the heart. The chick, then, started gasping. Then, I started rubbing the chick kind of quickly and there is a heat light in the shed so I hold the chick under it. By now, the chick had started really breathing and twitching. Miraculously, the chick opened up its eyes. All of a sudden, the chick started chirping. I held it underneath the heat light for about an hour. Now the chick is in a warm incubator with two of its hatchmates warming up. The hatchmates had just hatched underneath the same hen and were still wet. So I brought all three of them inside to the incubator because I did not want to have the same thing happen to the other 2 chicks. I feel so relieved and happy. I just can't believe that I probably saved this chicks life! P.S. I think I might name him/her Lucky!