Brazilian Rare Earths launched a maiden diamond drilling program at its Pelé Project, located approximately 60km southwest of the Monte Alto Project.

The Pelé Project, a district-scale exploration area extending over a cumulative 16km, shows signs of substantial high-grade mineralisation.

Early exploration efforts have revealed anomalies and extensive high-grade rare earth elements over large weathered outcrops.

The initial drilling program at Pelé Target 1 will cover over 5,000m to explore REE, niobium, scandium, and uranium mineralisation present at depth.

Ground reconnaissance at Pelé Target 1, including over 18 line-km of gamma surveys, has identified a one-kilometre trendline with outcrop widths exceeding 20m. The area yielded high-grade assay results up to 10.4% total rare earth oxides.