Latin Metals owns 100% interest in the Para Copper Project, a 1,900-hectare exploration property in Peru's Coastal Copper Belt. Located 130km southwest of the company's Lacsha copper project, recent exploration has identified extensive copper mineralization at the surface.
Geochemical sampling of soils and talus fines has yielded positive results, with anomalous copper values ranging from 251 ppm to a peak of 1,505 ppm, along with molybdenum mineralization up to 46 ppm. Two significant zones of anomalous samples, including a large area measuring approximately 2,000m x 1,000m, have been delineated.
Latin Metals will extend the talus survey to cover the newly staked area and conduct detailed rock chip sampling and geological mapping. Additional surveys are planned for Q2.
The Para Copper Project offers substantial potential for high-grade copper discoveries in the Coastal Copper Belt.