Puma Exploration Inc. (TSXV: PUMA) (OTCQB: PUMXF) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a property agreement to add silver exposure to its current precious metal assets in Northern New Brunswick. The new acquisition, the Brunswick Au-Ag Property, with grab samples grading up to 1,300 g/t Ag and 2.42 g/t Au , adds 454 claims (10,554 ha) to Puma’s landholdings, now totalling 60,554 ha.

The interest in the exploration sector has been quite consistent in recent times and rightly so, which is why it may be a good time for investors to perhaps start taking a look at companies that are making meaningful progress.

A company that could well be worth looking into at this point in time is Puma Exploration Inc which had been in the news last week after it made a major new announcement back on February 16. At the time the company announced that it had gone into a property management agreement by way of which it was going to have exposure to silver and add to the number of precious metal assets that it was involved in. The property in question is in Northern New Brunswick, where its other interests lie.

The property is the Brunswick Au-Ag Property and the company also announced that the grading of the grab samples at the site clocked as much as 2.42 g/t Au and 1300 g/t Ag. The latest property management agreement also took the number of claims it worked on to as many as 454 and the total landmass under the company’s control went up to as much as 60554 hectares.

The President and Chief Executive Officer of the company Marcel Robillard spoke about the development as well. He stated that with the acquisition of the property, the company would add considerable exposure to silver and also boost the number of targets with regard to gold exploration.