I'm probably worrying too much... but I'm absolutely confused by our chicks' behaviors. We have two australopes and a buff orpington -- the australopes look to be almost two weeks, and the buff is about a week old. The temperature in the brooding box is just about 80-85F, under the lamp. The ladies sleep just about everywhere in the box... but they tend to "cuddle." They aren't climbing on each other... they're just always close. I haven't seen any of the behaviors mentioned in the dummies book about the temperature being off -- just that they are always sticking together. No panting or shrieking either... just content chirps. They're very active and love scratching around. Everyone's eyes are clear and poop looks good. Should I be concerned about the closeness?