. Svenja, So, what do you think is more likely? Chemical or parasite

. Lea, Well, what do we think? Well, I on my part think that chemical is more likely

. Svenja, Yes, I agree. Because, although the parasite can also attack them (the frogs) but not that strongly. And it can also not block it

. Lea, And also there is? I write it down, ok? (starts typing: " We think that the chemical hypothesis?

. Svenja, Well, but they did block something that one time [inaudible]. But when their heads are shrinked?

. Lea, (continues typing: " ?is more logical " ) Is more logical, ok? Because? 7. Svenja: " Why do we think so

. Lea, Firstly it has been growing over the last years a lot, and the chemical stuff has become more, too

. Svenja, Secondly, they also said somewhere that the parasite just can block a part, didn't they? " 10

. Svenja, Yes, where did we read that

. Lea, It was somewhere up there (points to screen) That's where they said it. How should I write it

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