Silver Elephant Mining Corp. announces diamond drilling results from the Paca deposit (“Paca”) within its 100%-controlled Pulacayo silver project (“Pulacayo”) in the Potosi department of Bolivia. A total of 8 holes were drilled at Paca, totaling 1,717 meters. PND 119, 120, 121 & 122 were drilled to test induced polarization (“IP”) geophysical anomalies identified by Matrix GeoTechnologies Ltd survey located to the east of the current Paca resource. PND 123, 124, 125 & 126 were drilled to test potential northern extension of the Paca resource.
Notable results include PND 123, collared at the northern edge of the Paca resource and drilled further to the north. The hole intercepted 27 meters of 159 g/t silver from near-surface, including 1.5 meters of 565 g/t silver. PND 123, 124, 125 & 126 are step-out holes and all intercepted silver mineralization demonstrate the northern extension of Paca oxide resource that is open to the north and to the northeast by at least 100 meters. The company plans to conduct further drilling to expand the Paca oxide resource in 2nd half of 2022.
For more see Silver Elephant Mining Corp | Silver Elephant’s Paca North Discovery Drills 27 meters of 159 g/t silver from near-surface oxides including 1.5 meters of 565 g/t silver in Bolivia – Silver Elephant Mining Corp (silverelef.com)