<div>An incubator supplies warmth, humidity and ventilation to ensure a successful hatch</div>
<div>Hatching: At hatching the chicks break a lid off the egg (at the blunt end) by pushing out with their beak. Chicks have a lump on their top beak called an “egg tooth” to help them break the shell out. The egg tooth falls off soon after hatching.</div><div>Chicks can take from 1 hour to 24 hours to hatch. Breaking out of the shell is called “pipping.”</div>
<div>Chicks do not need feed and water for up to 48 hours after hatching</div>
<div>Chickens eyelids close from the bottom up</div>
<div>Chickens take 21 days to hatch</div>

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