According to paragraph 5, all of the following are true about túngara frog vocalizations EXCEPT: A. The larger the frog chorus, the smaller the chance there is of a particular frog being eaten by a predatory bat. B. The larger the frog chorus, the louder each individual frog calls. C. The smaller the frog chorus, the easier it is for a frog to attract a female. D. The smaller the frog chorus, the more likely it becomes that a frog using the whine-chuck vocalization will be attacked by a bat.