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Several skeletal remains in Eastern China, currently known as those of large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed to be those of remains of exotic giant dragons and were widely adored.

A. currently known as those of large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed to be those of
B. bones known at present as of large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed as those of
C. now known to be large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed to be
D. bones now known to be those of large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed to be
E. presently known as from large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed as
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Imo D.
A,C and E seems to refer to China.
Between B and D, D seems to convey apt.

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Several skeletal remains in Eastern China, currently known as those of large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed to be those of remains of exotic giant dragons and were widely adored.

A. currently known as those of large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed to be those of
B. bones known at present as of large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed as those of
C. now known to be large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed to be
D. bones now known to be those of large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed to be
E. presently known as from large prehistoric animals, were usually assumed as


Definitely (D), skeletal remains --- Bones of large prehistoric animals (now known) were assumed........

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