What is a grassland decomposer?

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Earthworms are an example of decomposers in grasslands. They break down dead and decaying matter. Insects are also decomposers, and so are some types of bacteria.
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worms,bacteria, and fungi.
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Examples of temperate grassland decomposers would be: aerobic and
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fungi, insects and i would imagine animals.
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dogs.
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