Talon Metals vice president of geology Etienne Dinel joined Steve Darling from Proactive to share news about a new discovery made by the company's drill teams. In a previously unexplored part of the Tamarack Intrusive Complex, Talon Metals has encountered a new area of semi-massive nickel sulphide. This discovery occurred at a shallow depth of approximately 296.3 meters within the newly named "Raptor Zone," situated between the Raptor's Head Area and the Raptor's Crest Area.
Dinel informed Proactive that this newly identified zone contains high-grade massive nickel mineralization. Specifically, grades of up to 9.33% Ni1 and 9.95% Ni2 have been encountered in this area. Remarkably, the 1.5-kilometer distance between these mineralized zones had never been previously drilled, making this discovery all the more significant.
The discovery of the Raptor Zone expands Talon Metals' understanding of the mineral potential within the Tamarack Intrusive Complex. The presence of high-grade nickel mineralization in this unexplored area highlights the exploration upside and the ongoing potential for further resource expansion.
The Raptor Zone represents a significant addition to Talon Metals' exploration portfolio and contributes to the company's ongoing success in the nickel mining sector
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