Decomposers in the Taiga?

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Taiga, also known as a boreal forest, is the home of many different species of plants and animals. A taiga can be found all over the world. It is a coniferous forest with mostly pine trees and spruces. It is also the home of many different species of decomposers. A few of these decomposers are sow bug, honey fungus, moss, fungi, and other bacteria. The decomposer is a very important part of the Earth's eco-system. They break down dead organic matter to be absorbed into the Earth's soil.
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