Do Bones Decompose?

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Bones crumble rather than decompose. Bones are mainly a fibrous medium of collagen fibres, saturated with calcium phosphate. In warm and damp surroundings, fungi and bacteria will attack the collagen and the skeleton will then crumble over some few years.
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