Hello! I apologize if this is not the correct place to post this, but I have a possible issue and would like input on it. Right now I have a plated lizard that lives in a 40 gallon terrarium with a wire-mesh lid and want to get him a bigger enclosure. Most pet-stores and pet conventions in my area don't sell anything bigger than that, but to my surprise a local store has recently purchased a 120 gallon tank! I planned on getting it to upgrade but I am worried about one part of it. The lid of the enclosure is made of glass, as it is intended for large fish and not reptiles. I asked the employees if it would be acceptable to put heat lamps and UVB lights on the top (The display already had a pair of UVB hoods on it), and I was assured it would be fine. I went online and I here incredibly mixed reviews on them. Some say that if you put a heat lamp on the glass it will cause the insides of the enclosure to bake, others say that it's actually preferable to have a glass lid because it prevents the heat from escaping as readily. So then, would it be acceptable to purchase this tank and use it for reptiles, or is it too dangerous.