Sadly, one of my Dendrobates Auratus dart frogs managed to escape their terrarium yesterday. He was later found dried up and dead.

I would like to honor his life by burying him inside the terrarium he lived in for most of his life. Is this a reasonable thing to do, or might this cause some problems with the soil, which in turn would harm the remaining frogs?

The soil does have springtails and isopods living in it, but I am unsure whether there are enough of them to decompose the body.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.