Puma Exploration (TSXV:PUM) announced that two more mineralized lenses have been discovered at the New Brunswick-based Nicholas-Denys project.
As quoted in the press release:
The second lens is located 350 meters east of the Henry East Lens and is the closest known lens to the Haché Lens along the same favourable corridor. It corresponds to the EM-5 geophysical anomaly which is about 3.5 kilometers long and associated with the Haché and Shaft lenses. The mineralization appears as massive sulphide fragments located in a 50 centimeters wide zone continuing over 200 meters and uncovered by four (4) trenches.
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