I would take a picture of this sad little thing, but I have no idea where my camera is at the moment. We moved and I can't find most of my stuff as it's in the lost between place. Anyway we just got our last batch of chicks for the year ( or that's what I told my husband little does he know we have a broody sitting on plastic eggs until I collect enough of the ones I want her to hatch) and we have a tiny puffy cheeked little girl with an umbilical cord still attached and she looks like she was put into the box wet. Her fuzz is all matted and funky like when they first start to dry out after their hatch. I've actually never seen one with the umbilical cord still attached, but surmised that's what it was. These and all the egg layers on our farm are our 7 year old sons, so the first thing I did was show him the chick and let him know that it may not make it. Of course we had to take her home as the other 34 chicks were running over her and pushing her into the water, so now I have a little boy that just fell asleep after his Shera finally took a few nibbles. Of course she nibbles but looses her balance as she goes. Her head is bigger that the whole rest of her body. She looks as if she didn't get the yolk absorbed. I was just wondering how common this is as I've never seen it before and after calling my chicken expert also known as Mom I was told she had never seen it either. At 600+ meat birds a year that's a lot of chicks that we've been through without seeing it. We currently have 100+ egg layers and not a single cord was seen on them either. My 28 year old son says it's that cord that I keep trying to reattach onto him and it got misplaced. Now I get to stay up with a little one trying to keep it going. For my son I hope she makes it as he loves his birds. She will get spoiled rotten and think she can do whatever she wants just like the rest of them. They are funny to watch with him.