Examples of Decomposers?

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The three main types of decomposers in the environment are bacteria, fungi, and actinomycetes. Decomposers break down dead organisms into nutrients; thus, making organic nutrients accessible in the ecosystem. These nutrients are later returned to the soil.
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Earthworms.
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De-composers and scavengers break down dead animals and plants. The also break down poop of other organisms. Decomposers are very important for any ecosystem.
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Your picture looks like dogfish, shark-type critters. I would say that ship-boring worms are decomposers as they breakdown cellulose in organic compounds.
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anything will decompose if it has air
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Examples of decomposers generally include moulds, worms, bacteria, fungus as well as actinobacteria. They are mainly organisms that break down dead or decaying organisms and in doing so; they carry out the natural process of decomposition.
Decomposers are organisms that help to carry out the process of decomposition by breaking down decaying organisms. One example of a decomposer is fungi.
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