I just candled my eggs that went into the 'bator 15 days ago. I have been having some humidity issues and wanted to check the air cell size. Some are quite small so I am going to run the humidity at about 35 percent for the next few days to help remedy that. Now the question: I have read on here that some people can tell that their shipped eggs have ruptured air cells before they set them. How can you tell? I looked at the candling photos and the eggs look clear, I don't see any air cells in those photos let alone that they are ruptured! And too, can eggs with ruptured air cells hatch? Can they get all the way to hatching and then just don't? I've been buying some hatching eggs lately and have been happy that they start to develop, which tells me that they are in fact fertile and nothing major happened to them enroute to me through the mail-- but maybe this isn't true? Can they get all the way to hatching and then die from a ruptured air cell? Thanks!