Flora & Fauna In PPL
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The plant and animal world co-exist in their natural habitat in a well organized manner.  PPL Township and its neighbourhood has several dominant species like Acanthus ilicifolius, Rhizophora, Conjugata, and Brugueria etc. which are a common sight. Other prominent species like Acacia, Casuarina Eucalyptus and Neem are also commonly seen.
eiaVast stretches of lush green fields, trees, shrubs, bushes, herbs and several species of medicinal plants like Acacia, Areca, Eucalyptus, Ficus, Terminalia etc. speak volumes of the enthralling plant kingdom amidst the industrial ambience.
Small and big lakes, along with other water bodies covering almost 20% of the area, are seen adorned with white and pink Lotus, Lily and water weeds. Vegetation in abundance is also a phenomenon of the Flora.

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Ornamental plantations, the 'Navratna Vaatika', and perennial as well as seasonal flower beds all over the township add a different dimension to the scenic beauty, impart freshness and ensure a naturally abundant environment. 
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Fish loving birds hover over lakes with immaculate precision while hunting for their prey. Kingfishers can often be spotted, perched on branches of trees bordering the lakes and water bodies. Migratory birds can be seen building their nests in and around the water bodies and in different parts of the premises. Sparrows, chirping birds, swans, ducks, cranes and butterflies are a great sight to watch in and around the plant and township.
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At night, glow worms and fire-flies swarm the adjoining Acacia woods. Jackals, jungle cats and mongoose can be spotted crossing the township and plant approach roads (mainly during the night, in the cover of darkness)

Tiny crabs of many shapes and hues are found on adjoining beaches as well as in the water bodies. Several species of Fish which include Rohu, Mrigal, Hilsa, Catfish, Murrells, Shrimp, Prawn and Crabs are a source of food and also livelihood for some.
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Different types of reptiles like snakes, lizards and chammellion are also commonly seen. All these aspects vouch for mutual co-existence and to exist in harmony with nature!