Decomposers in the Ocean?


A decomposer of the ocean refers to the organisms that break down the final remains of living things in the ocean. A decomposer in the ocean eats dead plants and animals in the ocean. Decomposers in the ocean include the bacteria, fungus, marine worms, sea slugs, sea worms and battle stars.
Q&A Related to "Decomposers in the Ocean?"
Usually starfish and sea urchins.
Three specific examples are bacterium, marine worms, and sea slugs. Sea worms
1. Worms are decomposers on the ocean floor, breaking down the dead into nutrients which are used by the phytoplankton. 2. Decomposer an organism that feeds off of organic material.
Glass can be recycled over and over again with no loss of quality, but when discarded and dumped into a landfill, it does not decompose. Even if the glass object is broken, it just
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