Decomposers in the Ocean?

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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.
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