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Benton Resources Expands Great Burnt Copper Deposit with New Sulphide Zones

Benton Resources Inc. (TSXV: BEX) has announced the extension of the Great Burnt deposit by an additional 50 m down plunge and along the strike to the south. This development opens up new possibilities for further expansion.

Great Burnt Copper Deposit Expansion Achieved

Benton has successfully completed 12 holes, totaling 2,630 m in its Phase 2 drill program designed to define limits and expand the deposit. Notable findings include a range of sulphide intersections from 0.5 m to 17.75 m. A significant 4.1 m massive sulphide zone was identified in hole GB-24-34, marking the deepest point reached in the Southern region of the deposit.

Future Prospects and Exploration Strategy

Stephen Stares, President and CEO, expresses excitement over the project’s expansion and the unbounded potential to the south. The Company eagerly anticipates assay results, which will guide future exploration efforts. Stephen House (P.Geo.), Vice President of Exploration and the ‘Qualified Person’, oversees the project’s scientific and technical direction.

About Benton Resources, a diversified mineral exploration firm, focuses on the high-grade Copper-Gold Great Burnt Project. With encouraging drill program results and a strong portfolio of assets, Benton strives for significant advancements in Canadian mineral exploration.

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