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Decomposers exist on every trophic level. They are mainly bacteria that break down dead organisms. This process releases nutrients to support the producers as well as the consumers that feed through absorbing organic material in the water column. This process is very important and means that even top-level consumers are contributing to the food web as the decomposers break down their waste or dead tissue.
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