I hope I am posting this in the correct place. Here is my dilemma... I work at a high school and there is a Small Animal class. They have reptiles as well as birds and other small animals. I walk by the room every morning and I have noticed that the only reptile that has any kind of light (hanging at the end of his tank shining threw the glass) is the ball python. There is a nice size beautiful bearded dragon with no lights at all. He may have a heat pad under one end of his tank but I'm not sure. I stopped and looked really close this morning and noticed that tip of is mouth is starting to look "funny"...Not closing all the way.. The small animal teacher is new to the school and I have not met her yet. My question is...how do I approach her about the inappropriate care of the lizard? Should I print up a care sheet from a reliable source and take it to her? Years ago my first lizard, a collared lizard, died from MBD because I was giving incorrect care information from an employee at a chain pet store. It was heart breaking. Any and all suggestions are much appreciated.