Hyena – African Hunting Dog
The Hyena –African Hunting dog prospect lies on the PDFZ approximately5 kilometres southeast of the Prairie deposit. Previous work detected two small lead anomalies, whereas the Marindi Metals multi element data indicates coherent moderate to strong Cu, Pb and Zn anomalies and extensive arsenic (As) and Cd anomalies and attendant uranium (U) anomalism. The anomalism may, in part, be reflecting stratigraphy but the presence of Cd indicates an association with zinc and needs testing. Minmap believe these anomalies may represent a root zone or a lower (hotter) level in the base metal system. This 5km long target will need preliminary rotary air blast (RAB) drilling to test its validity.
The Husky anomaly lies on the PDFZ 8kms northwest of the Prairie deposit and comprises a strong Cu, Pb, Zn, As, Sb, tin (Sn) and Cd response. It was outlined by the previous explorers using XRF and rock chip sampling. The Marindi Metals work has increased the size of the anomaly to an area of 3kms long by 2kms wide and has revealed northerly cross cutting structures. Minmap believe the presence of Sn and Sb point to a shallow source for the anomaly.