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Hannan Metals wraps up remote geological study, defines two new target areas at Tabalosos copper-silver property

Proactiveinvestors - Hannan Metals Limited gave an update to its ongoing exploration program at its Tabalosos copper-silver claim in Peru, where the firm has defined four key zones within a 30-kilometre trend.

The explorer wrapped up a remote geological study at the claim on the San Martin project and identified two target styles on the property along the trend and over a five-kilometre cross strike width.

The new interpretation at Tabalosos is the first in the district to combine seismic data with modern remote observation from high resolution satellite imagery, Hannan told shareholders.

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