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Types of Decomposers Found in Tropical Rainforest

Science 07
by hello there on 23 June 2014

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Transcript of Types of Decomposers Found in Tropical Rainforest

Types Of Decomposers Found In Tropical Rainforests.
Where can Tropical Rainforests can be found?
Tropical Rainforests can be found in Africa, Asia, Australia, South America and Central America.
What are Tropical Rainforests?
Why are they important to the ecosystem?
What is their job?
Tropical Rainforests are forests of tall trees. An average of 50 to 250 inches (125 to 660 cm) of rain per year.
Biome of Tropical Rainforests.
The world's largest tropical rainforest is the Amazon Rainforest in South America.
Tropical Rainforests are home of the huge number of plants and animals.
This ant can break down the leaves in to soil.
This fungis and insects can break down the leaves and logs in to soil.
This fungis can break down the log in to soil.
This millipede can break down the log in to soil.
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Their job is to decompost branches, logs, and leaves into soil.
They are important to ecosystem because without them they can not decompost leaves and other dead animals to fertilize soil.
Decomposers In The Tropical Rainforests.
This fungis and insects can break down the leaves and logs in to soil.
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