How to remove SVG background when the background colour is a mask

This is hard to explain, but I’ll do it as best as I can. I have this vector graphic:
How to remove SVG background when the background colour is a mask
It has a white background that I am seeking to remove. However it seems there is actually no white background. The background is black with a white mask over it, producing the shape below. How can I invert(?) the mask so that it is a shape instead of a mask, and that I can have a transparent background with a black shape? Any help greatly appreciated. The file is here if it is of any help. Thanks in advance!
Berrely

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