Mining Explorers 2009: Junior scopes massive zinc deposit
Zazu confirms Lik as being one of the largest undeveloped zinc deposits in the West
Zazu Metals Corp. is exploring what it believes is one of the largest undeveloped zinc-lead deposits in the world. Lik, the zinc-lead-silver-rich property that the Vancouver B.C.-based junior is lauding, is located about 22 kilometers, or 14 miles, northeast of Red Dog Mine, the world’s largest zinc....
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