Hello! I have a gosling due to hatch on Thursday. Everything has gone normally up until today... the air cell increased dramatically in size as expected, but at the point where I expected the bird to internally pip and the shadow of the beak to start showing up in the air cell, something I've not seen before happened instead. On candling, the egg almost appears to have two air cells on opposite sides of the egg and large shadows are "flashing" (for a lack of a better word!) on one side. I'm thinking the gosling is possibly in the wrong position inside the egg. I do not hear any "clicking" nor do I feel any pecking at the shell as I normally do after internal pip. Has anyone experienced something like this before? I guess I'm wondering a few things: 1) has the bird actually internally pipped yet? 2) is there anything I can do to correct its position if it is, in fact, not where it's supposed to be, and 3) did something I've done possibly contribute to this problem? I attached a few pictures... the first is a picture of the original air cell which is still present. The second is of the opposite side where it sort of looks like a second air cell. The third is of the space between these two dips. It looks like a beak, but it is not... it stays still while I can see the bird move around in the background. Thanks for your help!!