ASTORIA, Ore. — Oregon State University is broadcasting a livestream of baby chicks incubating and Tuesday, March 14th is most likely hatch day!  The eggs have been incubating and they are now “pipping” which is the process of cracking the egg shell.  OSU says it’s natural for chicks to look wet, stumble and fall until they adjust to the new environment.

No word yet on how many eyeballs are on the baby chicks, but the livestream seems to be pretty popular.

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