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Gold Aura conducts exploration projects on mineral deposits

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Gold Aura  is engaged in conducting global research for mineral deposits and has recently discovered a polymetallic vein-style mineralised system. The mineralised system was discovered under the cover rocks at north of Croydon in NW Queensland.

Gold Aura discovered the Anomaly A2 mineralised system that was cut across in all nine holes over a zone of 600 metres wide and 1,250 meters long. The Anomaly A2 mineralised system consists of large amount of zinc, silver, tin, copper, lead and a little amount of gold.

Gold Aura made a 133 metre intersection in the first hole which returned 1.1 percent zinc, 18.3 gain per temperature silver, 0.15 percent tin and 0.035 percent copper. A 1 metre interval in the second hole returned 3.87 gain per temperature gold. Other intersections returned 5.05 metres at 8.0 percent zinc, 180 gain per temperature silver, 0.58 percent tin, 0.57 percent copper, 20.0 metres at 4.18 percent zinc, 49 gain per temperature silver and 0.38 percent tin. Gold Aura believes that there is a good evidence for metal zoning and that concentration of one or more of these metals could occur in various parts of the system.

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