Tawsho Mining Inc. (TSXV:TAW) announced that samples from its Cabot property located in Newfoundland showed graphite rich formations with widths larger than 50m and up to 250m in fold noses with grades between 1.67% and 14.32%.
As quoted in the press release:
The graphite bearing rock units, however, are rarely exposed on the Cabot property, and where exposed, they are difficult to sample due to their recessive weathering characteristic. The most strongly mineralized intervals occur in the most schistose intervals within the graphitic rock units.
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