Beartooth Platinum Corporation

Beartooth Platinum Corporation

August 24, 2007 11:26 ET

Beartooth Platinum Resumes Drill Program at Stillwater

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Aug. 24, 2007) - Beartooth Platinum Corporation (TSX VENTURE:BTP) resumed drilling yesterday at their Stillwater Project in Montana which had been temporarily shut down due to a forest fire in the Custer National Forest.

Mr. Michael D. Johnson, President and CEO stated "Although the fire continues to burn, the US Forest Service, as a result of our positive relationship and ongoing discussions, have given us an exemption to continue the drilling program. Consequently, we are very pleased to be able to resume our planned drill program. The USFS continues to monitor the fire and we will be kept up-to-date on any new developments."

Beartooth's second drill rig has arrived on site and will be mobilized as soon as possible into the target drill locations.

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