Decomposer in the ocean
A decomposer in the ocean is bacteria.
Bacteria is a decomposer in the ocean. They break down the final remains of living things. Fungi is also a decomposer in the ocean.
No it is a plant. But if you need a decomposer for the ocean Try marine worm.
One underwater decomposer is bacteria. Bacteria are also found on land as decomposers but prevail in underwater ecosystems such as an ocean.
water mold also know as fungi
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An underwater decomposer is a benthic organism that usually lives along the ocean floor and feeds on the waste and dead matter of other organisms that sinks from the surface layer daown to the floor.
a whale is not a decomposer. it is a decomposer
Plankton may be both producer (phytoplankton) and consumer (zoo plankton) but is not a decomposer (that is the job for bacteria). Phytoplankton is the producer, which is eaten by zooplankton, which is then eaten by other organisms in the ocean.
it is a decomposer
No a decomposer can't eat a decomposer
No, it's not a decomposer. Plants can't be a decomposer.
Shrimp are not generally classified as decomposers. They are commonly classified as being scavengers of the ocean, like clams and crabs.
Catfish are scavengers. They like to eat dead fish and small animals that live in the ocean
Crabs. Crabs eat dead fish, and ocean bottom remains of other dead sea organisms.
no. it is not a decomposer.
A Decomposer is a dragonfly really a decomposer
a snake is a consumer. not a decomposer because a decomposer decmpose stuff; for explame a batacria is decomposer!!!!!!!!
No a rose is not a decomposer. A decomposer is things like worms and fungus.
no algae is not a decomposer
is a baboon a decomposer
a mite is a decomposer
No snake is a decomposer
crustacean is not a decomposer