Decomposers of the Savanna?

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Many different species of decomposers can be found in Savanna. Decomposers are generally unicellular as well as multi-cellular soil organisms. Some examples are mold, bacteria, insects, larvae and worms etc.
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I really don't know what you mean by this but sand can definitely decompose. I think.
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Bacteria and fungi are the main decomposers In The African
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Many animals of the savanna are scavengers - vultures, hyenas, black-backed jackals, and predators, such as lions, often scavenge food.
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