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Please help!!!

My boyfriend and I have just spotted these tiny tiny white spots in our tank! They kinda look like worms?
THEY. ARE. EVERYWHERE.
Can anybody try and identify these things??

*the picture isn’t the best quality, i apologize for that *

Also, excuse the algae! *any tips on controlling that, would help too!*
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Or pineapple sponges?

Are they moving around or stuck in one spot"

Are they flat, likely flatworms if they are.
 
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Ill try my absolute best!
It might help to scoop some of these creatures out of the tank and put them in a shallow dish for a better phone photo? Also might help with contrast to use different color backgrounds (blue, white or?) whatever shows up the best. :)
 

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Are these just really big pods?

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You can see antenna in this pics. Some type of pod. Hard to tell but it looks like a harmless isopod.
 
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