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Nature has its own way of recycling things, and it does it through organisms known as decomposers. Decomposers feed on things like animal remains, wood, fallen leaves from the trees, and even feces. If we didn't have decomposers, these things would pile up on the planet. Decomposers break these things down into smaller and simpler things that producers such as plants and algae can feed on. They add nutrients back into the soil and also back into water too. Decomposers include types of bacteria, types of fungi, and even types of insects known as detritivores. These include earthworms, termites, and even millipedes. Decomposers keep nutrients flowing.
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Which insects are decomposers (or detritivores)?1) All of them2) Beetles3) Ants4) Flies
What are the organisms called that help nature recycle things?1) Decomposers2) Dinosaurs3) Desktops4) Dentures
Mould on bread is an example of which decomposer working?1) Bactera2) Fungi3) Viruses4) Insects
By creating nutrients, what living things do decomposers help the most?1) Plants2) Mammals3) Amphibians4) Rocks
Where do decomposers mainly live?1) The soil2) On the sun3) In the back garden4) On clothing
What do decomposers do?1) Keep nutrients flowing2) Stop nutrients flowing3) shut down nutrients4) keep things the same
Where do decomposers fit into food chains?1) Anywhere there is waste2) The beginning3) The middle4) The end
How do plants take up the nutrients that are released by decomposers?1) Their roots2) Their petals3) Their stems4) Their pollen
What do they add nutrients back into?1) Soil and Water2) Water and leaves3) soil and wood4) water and rubbish
Can all decomposers be seen with the naked eye?1) No2) Yes
Can decomposers break down plastic?1) No2) Yes
Do decomposers feed on animal remains?1) Yes2) No
Are some insects decomposers?1) Yes2) No
Are carbon and nitrogen released back into the soil through decomposers?1) Yes2) No
If we didnt have decomposers would we see more poop and dead animals around?1) Yes2) No
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