Hello, I placed an order for Cornish Cross birds almost two months ago and everything has been going great. Anyway, I have an anomaly. There is one bird who is extremely small and has some strange characteristics that are unlike the other birds. In the beginning he just looked very small, but as the others continued to rapidly grow he looks like he is still a week or two old at two months. He eats and drinks a very small amount, he sings non-stop (he doesn't sound distressed, just kind of idly chirping, but it is literally non-stop, even into the night when the others are sleeping, he is still chirping). He has very poor balance and usually stretches his wing out to stay standing, he looks like he tries to walk on the tips of his toes, he is extremely friendly and seems to love cuddling up to either humans or the other birds. He doesn't seem to be sick at all, he is just very tiny. He weighs maybe two ounces and still fits into the palm of your hand. He has tattered looking wings even though he has never been in a situation where he'd be rough-housed (we segregated him away from the rest of the birds early, though he now lives with two other Cornishes from the same batch who were having a hard time keeping up with the others who can get a little confrontational with each other, and now they are doing wonderfully too). I took a few pictures and I am just wondering if you have seen this before or if maybe he is just another smaller breed who got mixed in. I looked up pictures of people's Cornish Cross runts and he is much smaller. I look forward to any input, thanks!