This is the special little baby that needed some help hatching. It pipped on Saturday Morning. By saturday Night it was not much further out but I decided to leave it as nature obviously knows best. By 12 noon on Sunday it had not go much further, a leg was poking out, so I put it in a humid 'tent' and went back to the bunk house where the HK group where staying. At about 8 that night it had turned around in the egg but the egg was so dry it was having difficulty getting out.
After much debate I decided to help her out of the egg. I sprayed her lots and put her in a warm humid towel in the incubator for an hour, and then I took the egg out of the incubator and gently prised some shell away with tweezers. The egg was like concrete so I decided I would have to get her right out of the egg. I pulled a little bit of egg away so I could see if there was a yolk sack, and was shocked to find the baby inside was literally doubled over. She had a tiny yolk sack but she would have died if I had left her in the egg so I decided to interfere. One he was out I put her in a very humid pot inside the incubator, lined with damp kitchen roll, and left her in over night. The next morning when I checked she had dug down to the bottom and her yolk sack was fully absorbed. She weighed 13g, 14 after a bath.
Here are the pics: