The logarithm scale units are not equidistant just like the linear scale. For example, the numbers 10 and 20, and 30 and 40, are not the same distance apart on a log scale. Rather, the numbers 10 and 100, and 60 and 600 are equally spaced. Thus moving a unit of distance along the scale means the number has been multiplied by 10 (or some other fixed factor).

In your given question, box plot rectangular part starts from 100 so rule out options B D E.

Now compare the graphs A and C

Observe from log scale Graph if the distance between 1 and 10 is $x$ then note that 6 will be at $0.75x$ Or 3.5 will be approximately at $0.5x$ location.

From your box plot on log scale it is clear that right edge corresponds to more than 1000 so option A is wrong.

Correct answer is C