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Not at all on topic, and this probably should go in a Talmudic Question post, but I've done a fair amount of searching, and I can't find any viruses that infect malarial parasites species. Are there actually none, has no bothered to look very hard?

If there actually aren't any, what have plasmodium stumbled upon to become immune to viruses?

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