Global Hunter Corp. (BOB.V)
The Statue of Liberty represented the largest use of copper in a single structure. To build the this grand statue, about 80 tons of copper sheets was cut and hammered to a thickness of about 2.3 millimeters (3/32 inch), or about that of two U.S. pennies placed together.
Copper is one of only two metals that are colored, Copper is reddish brown, while gold is golden. All other metals are silvery, with various degrees of brightness or grayness. Almost everybody handles copper just about every day in the form of pennies. But because a piece of copper the size of a penny has become more valuable than one cent, today's pennies are made of zinc, with just a thin coating of copper.
Global Hunter's focus is on strategic and base metals, with an advanced stage copper oxide project in Chile and a highly prospective molybdenum property in British Columbia, Canada. Our exploration and development teams are on the ground rapidly advancing the La Corona de Cobre property near La Serena, Chile and the Rabbit South property in British Columbia, Canada. Either one of these projects could carry the company forward on a stand-alone basis, but together they bring the company additional stability, strength and value.