Yes. Just about anything animal or vegetable is biodegradable.
yes food is biodegradable as it decomposes when buried under soil, even though it does take a few years to decompose, it will not stay in the earth for thousands of years like plastic.
Since feces is an organic waste, it is biodegradable.
Yes; it can also fertilize plants.
yes it is.
Yes. They can become particles of soil due to natural agents like UV Rays, temperature, wind, etc.
You can not put chicken and bones in compost because it draws animals. But it will final biodegrade over a long time.
They are perfectly safe to compost, Zoya. If you want it to be hygienic, cooked chicken bones are better to compost. To add, chicken bones take a long time to compost, so don't compost them in haste.
Some example of BIO-DEGRADABLE THINGS: paper, juice, chicken bones, clothes... anything that can be broken down by organisms NON BIO-DEGRADABLE THINGS: plastic toys, plastic bags, glass, steel, synthetic rubber.
there are 307 bones in a chicken
There are 307 bones in a chicken.
Yes. Because they are part of the human body. Everything from the human body is biodegradable. Wait. Except for bones.
No Not Cooked Chicken Bones!!!!
yes chicken bones is related to teeth.yeah i know it sounds wierd but it is.teeth and chicken bones both have calcium in which relates them. yes chicken bones is related to teeth.yeah i know it sounds wierd but it is.teeth and chicken bones both have calcium in which relates them.
Chicken bones are not stronger than the human bones because they are hollow.
Long bones on a chicken can be found on the legs and wings.
how does lemon juice effect chicken bones .
Chicken and bones