I'm sorry I have no pictures.. I'll try to describe it as best as I can. My chicken eggs are on day 19 in the bator, lockdown yay! But, some eggs aren't quite right. Some of the air cells seem a bit small when I candled yesterday and some have downward dents in them. I don't think I've seen the dents before.. This is my first time using a bator. I normally use broodies. I don't have a hydrometer but I'm just following directions that came with the hova bator. It's a hova bator 1602N. I didn't fill the second trough all the way to the top because I still have two turning thingamabobs in there to turn the duck eggs, I don't want the ducks drowning when they hatch in a week or so. Also some of the eggs don't look quite done yet. Maybe I'm just going loopy. When I candled yesterday some of the eggs still had visible veins but lots of dancing. Is this normal? Please answer as day 21 is on this coming Sunday! The temps have been about 98 degrees, I can't seem to go any higher without accidently going over 100. Not sure on humidity percentage, the bator didn't come with a hydrometer so I figured I didn't need one. But the middle trough is filled and the outer one is partially filled. I really hope everything goes well. If not all chicken eggs hatch (12 eggs) then I'll try to look forward to the duckies.. I've been reading lockdown issues on here lately and I'm really afraid. I hope I'm doing everything right.