Tellurium is Rarer than Rare Earth Elements

Tellurium is one of the least common elements on Earth. Most rocks contain an average of about 3 parts per billion tellurium, making it rarer than the rare earth elements and eight times less abundant than gold.

First Tellurium (CSE: FTEL)'s Deer Horn Project in British Columbia, Canada has one of North America's few known NI 43-101 tellurium resources.

FTEL's near-term exploration will focus on their Klondike Tellurium Property in Sagauche County, Colorado where First Solar discovered samples grading up to 3.3% Te (33,000 ppm).

FTEL has recruited the geologists John Keller and George Klemmick to manage the exploration of Klondike who previously worked with First Solar on the property.

FTEL's President & CEO Tyrone Docherty was previously Chairman of Mason Graphite (TSXV: LLG) from 2016 through 2018 and during this period LLG stock increased from $0.30 per share up to $3+ per share.

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