Mammoth Resources: Gearing up to Drill in a Prolific Jurisdiction in Mexico

Getting ready to drill at its gold-silver with copper project

Mammoth Resources owns a hundred percent interest in the large 14 by 4 kilometer, Tenoriba Gold-Silver, with copper, early to mid stage exploration project in the prolific Sierra Madre Precious Metal Belt in Mexico. Furthermore, Tenoriba is surrounded by numerous multi-million-ounce gold-silver deposits owned by multi-billion dollar market cap companies.

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“We’ve intersected gold silver in 18 of 26 drill holes, which is an extremely high success ratio in initial drilling,” says President and CEO, Tom Atkins.

The Tenoriba property is comprised of four concessions, Mapy, Mapy 2, Mapy 3 as well as Fernanda. Moreover, this covers a land package of 5,333 hectares located in southwestern Chihuahua State, Mexico.

At the end of Q1, Mammoth we will be concluding an infill geophysical survey. This will cover 60 percent of the six kilometer long gold-silver trend not covered in its 2015 survey. Following that will be 3-D modeling and then they’ll be targeting an initial 60 hole drill program aimed at defining gold-silver resources at Tenoriba.

“Mammoth offers investors a low entry cost to exponential share price appreciation through drill success,” says Atkins.

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