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Thundelarra kicks off follow-up drilling at Allamber copper project

Drilling is underway at Thundelarra Ltd.'s Allamber copper project in Northern Territory, Australia, testing follow-up targets at the Ox-Eyed Herring and Tarpon prospects.

The company said Sept. 26 that it will focus drilling efforts on areas where mineralization was intersected during exploration last year. Previous drill results included 6 meters at 1.58% copper and 20 parts per million of silver from a depth of 182 meters, 1 meter at 3.96% copper and 15 ppm of silver from 148 meters, and 2 meters at 1.21% copper and 5 ppm of silver from 127 meters.

As part of the current program, Thundelarra will complete a number of drill holes with reverse circulation pre-collars and diamond tails.