Without knowing the domains linking to your website and indeed your own domain, it is impossible to be 100% certain of what nature and reason those domains have a number of links pointing to a page on your website but there is not necessarily any cause for alarm or concern.
Firstly metric-wise, don't worry that a domain has a low Moz domain authority that is linking to you, DA is based on authority passed through linkage so if a website is relatively new or for whatever reason, does not have that many external links pointing to it, it does not mean that it is spammy or should not be trusted or can cause harm.
There are many possible instances that could lead to a sitewide link pointing to one of your pages, or multiple links from a domain pointing to one of your pages. When you have multiple links coming from the same domain to the same page on your own website, the sitewide/multiple nature diminishes the links anyhow to something roughly equivalent to just one link from that domain to your page being counted/paid attention to.
Something to note, there is nothing (or at least, very little) you can detect as "unnatural" in Google Search Console as it is quite a basic tool that only touches the surface of website behaviour.
If you want to check for any malicious activity in relation to your website and external linkage, ensure that you don't have an abnormally high count of unnatural and spammy looking exact match keyword anchors pointing building to your website. This will be the quickest way a competitor can win with negative SEO against you.
Hope that helps - of course, we could provide more information knowing the domains in question censored in your screenshot.