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Question: Is there a known source of magic in the ocean?
Answer: There is not one known in it.

In answer's part, saying “one known in it”.
What function does the structure like this have ?
Compared to “a known source” in question's part.
one = source ,right ?

It means
"The magic may exist in ocean but we don't know of it"
so, does this English sentence have the same grammatical structure as “Noun + past participle” ?
Basically, “one that is known”
is the long form. I suppose.
“We” = all the people present in your vicinity, or even humanity in general.
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