Dead animal smell is one of the most repulsive and terrible smells that you can have in your home. When an animal dies, bacteria and fungus set into the carcass which will then attract bugs and other disease-carrying parasites.
Decomposers play a crucial role in the process of recycling. They eat away the dead remains of plants and animals. They have the capability of breaking down dead organic matter and converting them into simpler substance so that they could be used again and again.
Materials which can be broken down into simpler substances naturally are called biodegradable. But human activities have hampered the process of natural recycling. Certain products such as tin, plastic and glass are non-biodegradable. They cannot be broken down naturally and can remain in the environment for hundreds of years, thus posing a health hazard. So, we should replace non-biodegradable products with biodegradable ones.
When an animals dies, it is recycled by nature. Insects and their larvae are decomposing this dead rat.
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