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Which of the following best defines the terms decomposer and detritivore? •A decomposer breaks down organic compounds in dead organic matter, and a detritivore eats dead and decaying matter. •A decomposer eats dead and decaying matter, and a detritivore eats animal waste. •A decomposer hunts for dead animal and plant bodies to consume, and a detritivore uses chemosynthesis to break down dead and decaying matter. •A decomposer uses chemosynthesis to break down dead and decaying matter, and a detritivore eats the dead bodies of the animals it kills

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Wrong section. Anyways I think it's A.) A decomposer breaks down organic compounds in dead organic matter, and a detritivore eats dead and decaying matter.

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