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Triton extends graphite strike to 6km

Graphite heavyweight Triton Minerals has extended its potential mineralization target footprint to over 6km long and over 1km wide at its Nicanda Hill prospect in Mozambique.
The company also achieved significant vanadium hits in every drill hole along a 4.8km strike length that also included large visible flake graphite in all holes.
With multiple high grade graphite and vanadium intercepts throughout the entire mineralization zone from surface to over 400m deep, Triton are targeting a
resource size that sits comfortably in the top 2 around the world.
The company expects to produce a JORC compliant resource by the end of this calendar year.

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