Metal cannot be extracted from Gold, as Gold itself is a metal.
Yes, gold can be extracted as the pure metal.
It occurs naturally on earth, but not as native metal as gold does. It must be extracted from ores.
Iron is extracted from haematite.
Aluminium is extracted from alumina.
Gold is one of the few metals that is found as pure metal in the ground. It can be extracted from the rock containing it by mechanical or chemical processes.
Aluminum is extracted from bauxite ore.
Bauxite is an ore. Aluminium, a metal, is extracted from it.
Gold is extracted from the earth itself, near the place underground where coal miners work.
Gold is extracted from mines.
Metals are extracted from ores. An ore is a rock that contains enough of a mineral (metal compound) for the metal to be extracted from it. Most metals are extracted from an ore by reduction with carbon or by electrolysis.