My 2.5 year old veiled Cham has something strange going on with his veil. I can see somewhat of a crack or hole at the front of it. Like I can see through it from the side. See attached pictures. To provide some context that might be useful, we recently upgraded his cage to fit his size better and to provide better light. We noticed he was not deploying his tongue as much anymore, and suspected he wasn't getting enough UVB and/or calcium. He doesnt seem to have any fractures or other issues associated with MBD, but we've been trying to supplement his diet. He doesn't seem to have a lot of interest in crickets anymore, he still doesn't seem to be deploying his tongue much, or at least when I've been watching him, some of them do slowly disappear but his appetite or willingness to hunt seems stunted. He only will consistently eat wax worms which I know isn't good. I've tried putting some kale and strawberries in the cage but he doesn't seem to recognize them as food. So his eating has been a little concerning. We recently started putting him in an outside cage for an hour or so at a time to get him more unfiltered sunlight. The last time we did it was very hot and maybe too bright? I'm wondering if the crack in his veil could be a result of a sort of sunburn? So there are a few concerning Things going on with him, none of it seems too severe, but I'm thinking I will buy some liquid calcium to give a drop daily for a month and see if that improves things. Advice or input on any of this is appreciated but I am mostly just wondering if anyone has seen this type of crack in the veil before and if I should take him to a vet.