What kind of bacteria decomposes a polar bear?

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Some of the decomposing bacteria are humans and animals decomposers, plant decomposers and food decomposers. A polar bear is an example of humans and animals bacteria decomposer. A polar bear is a marine animal which lives in the Arctic Ocean.
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