I normally post on this thread that I started here ( https://www.backyardchickens.com/t/750468/new-australian-hatching-mystery-egg-at-home ) but I'm feeling super anxious about if I locked my egg down too soon? Is that really dangerous to do? I think it is a duck egg, and locked it down yesterday with an expected 3 (or maybe four) days to go-- I'm not 100% sure on its development though because it had an unstable first day or two. It might also not even be a duck, it could be a peafowl or a wild turkey, but most likely candidate is a native duck. It's been in lock down two days now and no movement or pipping, and when I looked last night I couldn't see any internal pip either. I'm trying not to touch it and not to panic, but I thought I would see if there is anything else I should be doing or if I should lower the humidity until I can see an internal pip? I haven't candled or turned it for a few days and have been mostly leaving it alone except to peer intently into the incubator and check the humidity. This is my first incubation of anything so maybe I'm just panicking because I feel like there's nothing I can do, but I saw some folks saying that duck eggs can rock up to three days before hatching, and mine is due in two and isn't moving visibly from the outside.