Hyena – African Hunting Dog
The Newman Base Metal Project comprises more than 1000 square kilometres of exploration licences focussed on the Prairie Downs Fault which bounds the southern side of the Pilbara Craton and the northern side of the Bangemall Basin. The Prairie Downs Fault is interpreted as a long-lived fault structure most active during the Proterozoic period.
Away from the main area of activity at Wolf and Prairie, Marindi has invested significant time and effort in mapping and soil sampling to advance various exploration targets that warrant further work. The most notable of these are the Husky Deposit to the north west and African Hunting Dog to the south as well as the recently acquired gold target of Deadman Flat to the East that shares similarities with the nearby Karlawinda Gold Deposit.