Hi, I'm new here, so I'm sorry if this isn't in the right spot, but I didn't know where else to put this... So while cleaning the inside of the glass today, I noticed a TON of very tiny white worms on the side and near the top of the water. I checked the fish and they seemed fine. Regardless, I tried and managed to capture a worm and put it on a microscope slide (yes, I have one...nerd alert, lol), then took some video of it. Here's the video (You might want to mute it...also sorry for the poor quality) It's set to 4x in the video, by the way, if that helps at all. I'm not sure what they are or if they are dangerous, and I would include a pic of them actually in the aquarium, but my phone won't focus on them so I don't think that would be helpful. I also haven't been able to clean my 55 gal as often due to an ankle injury, so I'm wondering if these guys pop up when the nitrates get ludicrously high? There's already a ton of it in our tap (the test reads at least 40, maybe 80). Ok, so actual question: Does anyone know what they are, if they are bad, and how to get rid of them?