The major decomposers on the African Savannah are the African land snail, the African dung beetle, mushrooms/fungi and bacteria. Decomposers play an important part of the Savannah's ecosystem. They eat dead and decaying ... More »

Savannah cats are a hybrid breed that is a mix of a domestic cat and the African Serval, which is a wild cat. This cat breed was created in the 1980s. More »

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You can get Savannah kittens for free by visiting websites such as KittensforAdoption.us and Hoobly.com. Another way to get Savannah kittens for free is to speak with breeders and clinics and ask them about some of your ... More »

There are three main decomposers in the prairie: the dung beetle, carrion beetle and worm. These insects help the prairie ecosystem decompose waste left by plants and animals. They have an important role to play in the e... More »

Fungi and bacteria are primary decomposers. Different types of worms, mushrooms, termites, snails and slugs are also considered to be decomposers. Decomposers break down the organic matter in the dead bodies of plants an... More »

Some decomposers that are found in the Arctic are bacteria and fungi. In a food chain, decomposers are organisms that can break down dead organic matter, such as plants and animals. Bacteria are the smallest type of deco... More »

Decomposers in a coniferous forest include fungi, worms, protozoans, nematodes and soil bacteria. Mites and Collembola insects feed on some organic matter, although they are not the primary decomposers. More »