Aurania confirms high copper-silver mineralization at Tsenken B

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One of the samples from Tsenken B, with 7.2% Cu and 76 g/t Ag

Since the company identified a number of targets in the Lost Cities-Cutucu project in southeast Ecuador last May, the sampling has identified several financially interesting areas: Tsenken N1, a copper-silver hydrothermal breccia; Tsenken N2 and N3, with copper present over a magnetic anomaly; Tsenken N4, a magnetic anomaly that is being sampled; Tsenken A, a breccia associated with a high grade copper-silver fault; and Tsenken B, a copper-silver sedimentary mineralization and a magnetic core that is probably a porphyry or an intrusive cluster. Mapping and sampling will continue, in order to confirm the project’s drilling targets.

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